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WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY 
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



VOLUME 101 
1997-1998 



Opening 1 




SEr 0n998 



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1997-1998 CALYX 



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Campus Life 

16 



Seniors 

50 



Underclass 

116 



Facultif 

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Same mi^ht sai^ cade's from eatieo 

And I sujjpose thei^ outfit to knou^ 

The derit/ation; 

But tittle ^ir(s Wear calico, 

Don't you supfjose that must be so 

In E(/erif Nation} 

Now I'l/e a theori^ of mi^ oWn 

you miqht not quess, so I'd make it knoWn, 

But keep it {(uiet. 

CatyK, a cup, must be the source. 

Just hear mif Words and i^ou'tt indorse 

Mif novel fiat. 

Cups are -pla (i)ted and qirls are, too. 

And painted qirls are nothing new 

In decoration. 

Too much cup and too much girl 

Both throw our heads into a whirl 

and cause gyration. 

A cup, you know, goes to the lips. 

And sometimes makes frequent trips 

In that direction. 

A cup has dregs, hoWe(/er sWeet, 

And We a calic rarely meet 

That's all perfection. 

Charles J. Boppel 
Calyx Volume One, 1895 



k^anizations 

174 



Greeks 

192 



Sports 

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SAMUEL J. KOZAK 
1931-1997 

"HE WAS A SPECIAL PERSON WHO HELD ON TO THE 

PAST WITHOUT LETTING IT TYRANNIZE THE PRESENT: 

A CULTURAL HYBRID. AND EVERYBODY WHO KNEW 

HIM REALIZED THAT HIS HEART AND A BIT OF HIS 

SOUL REALLY BELONGED TO WASHINGTON AND LEE: 

FOR NEARLY FORTY YEARS HE EMBODIED THE 

UNIVERSITY'S MISSION; HE WAS ABSOLUTELY 

DEVOTED TO HIS STUDENTS." 

- Professor of Historic Barry F. Machado 



When Professor of Geology Samuel J. Kozak 
died suddenly on Wednesday, July 2, 1997, 
Washington and Lee lost more than a faculty 
member. There will never be a way for the 
Washington and Lee community to thank him 
enough for his contributions that have enriched 
our lives. The following has been compiled from 
colleagues of Professor Kozak. 

In ways that can never be 
measured, Sam's heart and a Httle bit 
of his soul really belonged to 
Washington and Lee. For nearly forty 
years, he embodied the university's 
mission. 

These four decades were filled with 
active service to this community and 
the enjoyment of life within it. Sam's 
service did not stop at the door of the 
classroom or even at the door of his 
office. 

The extra things Sam did for his 
students, for athletics and athletes, for 
student life, and to support his 
friends and colleagues have been so 
outstanding that we did not have to 
wait... to hear them celebrated. 

Sam loved Washington and Lee and 
his students in a way few could ever 
understand much less duplicate. 

Yet there is nothing which 
compares with the passion and love 
which he reserved for those closest to 
him: Julia, Matt, Jennifer, Kim, Phil, 
Annie, Sam, Maggie, and, of course, 
the lovable but totally untrainable 
Beckley. Sam Kozak will remain with 
us in our memories. We hope that we 
will always display evidences ol his 
positive influences on our lives. Let us 
give thanks tor Sam Kozak. 

The staff of the 1998 Calyx realizes that 

there is no way it can ever repay Professor 

Kozak for ivhat he contributed to Washington 

and Lee. However, we would like to take this 

opportuuit)' to give thanks for Sam Kozak. 

And to give thanks to him, for what he was 

for our coniuuDiity. ,^ . , - 

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campus life 



16 



MOVE IN RUSH HOMECOMING PARENTS'WEEK- 
END CHRISTMAS WEEKEND LENFEST VACA- 
TIONS SPEAKERS FANCY DRESS SPRING TERM 
SENIOR PARTY BACCALAUREATE GRADUATION 



17 



EVERY INCOMINC FRESHMAN BELIEVES 

THAT HE/SHE WILL NEED EVERY COMFORT 

OF HOME. WITH A FULL VAN AND AN 

EXTRA U-HAUL THIS FRESHMAN WILL SOON 

REALIZE HIS/HER MISTAKE AFTER SEEING 

THE SIZE OF THE ROOM 




SETTING UP THIS DAYTAKES MANY HOURS OF WORK. THESE UPPER- 
CLASSMAN DO THEIR PARTTO HELP BY SETTING UP ONE OF THE BDG 
QUAD TABLES. 



18 Campu.s Life 




TO ENSURE A SMOOTH MOVE IN DAY UPPERCLASS HELP IS ESSENTIAL. EACH YEAR MANY 
UPPERLCASS MAN COME BACK TO SCHOOL EARLY TO HELP THE INCOMING FRESHMAN. 







FOR THE FRESHMAN CLASS OF 2001, MOVE IN DAY WAS FILLED WITH 
ANTICIPATION, EXCITEMENT, AND JUST A BIT OF ANXIETY. NEVERTHE- 
LESS, THE WASHINGTON AND LEE COMMUNITY WELCOMED ITS NEW 
CLASS WITH WARMTH AND OPEN ARMS, ASSISTING THEM IN EVERY 
POSSIBLE WAY, FROM GIVING DIRECTIONS TO LUGGING SUITCASES. 
THROUGHOUTTHE DAY, VEHICLES LINED UP IN FRONT OF THE BDG 
QUAD AS PARENTS UNLOADED BOX AFTER BOX WHILE STUDENTS WERE 
EAGER TO CATCH A FIRST GLIMPSE OF WHAT WOULD BECOME THEIR 
LIVING SPACE FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR. 

RUMOR HAS IT AT WASHINGTON AND LEE THAT IF IT RAINS ON 
FRESHMAN MOVE IN DAY, THEN COMMENCEMENT DAY WILL BE SUNNY. 
THIS YEAR, WHILE THE SKIES WERE OVERCAST AND APPEARED THREATEN- 
ING, THE DAY PASSED WITH ONLY A SLIGHT DRIZZLE, MAKING LIFE A BIT 
EASIER FOR FRESHMEN AND THEIR PARENTS. THE BUSY SCHEDULE AR- 
RANGED FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS ALIKE INCLUDED NUMEROUS 
ORIENTATIONS, MEETINGS, AND RECEPTIONS THROUGHOUTTHE DAY. 
THE CLASS OF 2001 MANAGED TO QUICKLY ADJUSTTO THE TIMELESS 
TRADITIONS AT WASHINGTON AND LEE, ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT 
BEING THE SPEAKING TRADITION. 

AS THE DAY WINDED DOWN, PARENTS WERE HUDDLED WITH STU- 
DENTS IN THE LAST FEW MOMENTS BEFORE PARTING. MANY PARENTS 
IMPARTED WORDS OF WISDOM AS HUGS AND TEARS PUNCTUATED THE 
LINGERING FAREWELLS. THE NEW CLASS, WHILE SAD TO SEE THEIR FAMI- 
LIES DRIVE AWAY, WAS COMFORTED IN KNOWING THAT THIS WAS ONLY 
THE BEGINNING OF THE MOST EXCITING TIME IN THEIR LIVES, A TIME 
FOR NEW BEGINNINGS AND LASTING MEMORIES. 



Campus Life 19 



(RIGHT) TAIL6ATING AT THE RUINS 

(BELOW) BRUCE HORNSBY KICKING OFFTHE WEEKEND 
WITH A THURSDAY NIGHT CONCERT 




NEWLY CROWNED HOMECOMING QUEEN MARY NEW WITH ESCORT T.J. GRIFFIN C97:, 



20 Campus Life 



MOMINEES FOR HOMECOMING QUEEN AND THEIR ESCORTS WAIT AS THE 
lUDGES' DECISION IS DELIVERED 




Homecoming 



HOMECOMING KICKED OFF ONE OF THE THE BIGGEST PARTY 

WEEKENDS OF THE NEW ACADEMIC YEAR. ON A GORGEOUS OCTOBER 

SATURDAY, STUDENTS GATHERED AT THE RUINS FOR THE 

TRADITIONAL TAILGATING PARTY FOLLOWED BY AN EXCITING AND 

HARD-FOUGHT VICTORY OVER DAVIDSON. 

ASIDE FROM THE USUAL FRATERNITY BAND PARTIES AND EVENTS, 

FRIDAY NIGHT OFFERED A SPECTACULAR CONCERT FEATURING BRUCE 

HORNSBY ANDTHE AGENTS OF GOOD ROOTS. HOMECOMING 

WEEKEND 1997 SAW CLASS REUNIONS AND GATHERINGS AS WELL AS 

THE ANNUAL CROWNING OF HOMECOMING QUEEN. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO MARY NEW, WHO WON THE HONOR OF BEING 

CROWNED BY THE TRADITIONAL PARACHUTING SKYDIVER. 



Campus Life 21 



THIS YEAR'S PARENTS' WEEKEND WAS OCTOBER 31- 

NOVEMBER 2. MANY STUDENTS ENJOYED THE CHANCE TO 

VISIT WITH THEIR FAMILIES AND SHOW THEM A LITTLE 

SLICE OF LIFE AT WASHINGTON AND LEE. FOR SOME, THIS 

MEANTATOUROFTHE CAMPUS AND THE TOWN OF 

LEXINGTON AND MEETINGS WITH PROFESSORS. FOR SOME 

OF THE BOLDER STUDENTS, PARENTS' WEEKEND OFFERED 

THE OPPORTUNITYTO LET MOM AND DAD INSIDE THE 

MYSTERIOUS WORLD OF TAILGATING AND FRATERNITY 

PARTIES. 

Parents' Weekend 




THE TRADITIONAL TAILGATE UP AT THE RUINS 



22 Campus Life 



SPENDING SOME QUALITY TIME TOGETHER AT LIBERTY HALL 









SOPHOMORE BRITTANY AH LSTROM ENJOYS LUNGH WITH HER FAMILY 



Campus Life 15 



tmas Weekend 




24 Campus Life 




ONE WEEKEND IN DECEMBER STUDENTS GETAWAY FROM THE NORMAL DRUD6ERYOF CAROLING 
AND GOOD DEEDS FOR A FRAT PARTY. POISED AT THE LAST WEEKEND BEFORE EXAMS IT GIVES 
STUDENTS THE CHANCETO RELAX BEFORETHE MASS HYSTERIAOF CRAMMING. AS THE LAST PARTY 
OF FALL TERM THE FRATERNITIES DEFINITELY SAVE THEIR BEST FOR LAST WITH COCKTAIL PARTIES 
GALORE. IT ALSO PROVIDES A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR LASTMINUTE RUSHING BY FRATERNITIES 
BEFORE FORMAL RUSH STARTS. CHRISTMAS WEEKEND IS A GREAT WAY FOR STUDENTS TO ENDTHE 
FIRSTTERM AND TO GET ALL THEIR PARTING OUT OF BEFORE EXAMS HIT. 




Campus Lite 25 



Men^s 
Rush 

THIS YEAR WAS THE SECOND TIME FOR 
MALES TO HAVE WINTER RUSH, AND IT WAS 
AGAIN A SUCCESS. KAPPA SIGMA LED TH E 
PACK BY GETTING 25 PLEDGES, BUT THE 
OTHER FRATERNITIES WERE EQUALLY 
PLEASED WITH THE GREAT PLEDGE CLASSES 
THEYTOOKON. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA SUR- 
PRISED MANY BY MAKING THE DECISION TO 
DEFER RUSH. TO ACCOMPANY THIS, ACCU- 
SATIONS MADE BY THE IFC ABOUT SERVING 
ALCOHOL ON THE FINAL NIGHT OF RUSH- 
WHICH IS PROHIBITED-KEPTTHIS YEAR'S 
MEN'S RUSH QUITE INTERESTING. BUT IN 
THE END, ALL 15 FRATERNITIES AND ALL THE 
MEN INVOLVED SEEMED SATISFIED WITH 
THE GROUP OF MEN THEY ARE PROUD TO 
CALL THEIR BROTHERS. 



BASEMENT RUSH PARTIES ALLOW 
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR BROTH- 
ERS TO MEET RUSHEES. 





26 Campus Life 



|!ID NIGHT 15 THE FIRST NIGHT FOR PLEDGES TO GET TO KNOW THEIR PLEDGE SISTERS. 




VOMENS RUSH ISA GREAT WAY TO MAKE N EW FRI EN DS AND MEET 
JPPERCLASS GIRLS, FRESHMAN JOGELYN BOWMAN POSES WITH SOPHO- 
\AORES KELLY SEWELL AND EMILY SGHULZ 



WOMEN'S RUSH THIS YEAR MARKED THE 
FIRST RUSH OPPORTUNITY FOR W6k LS NEW- 
EST SORORITY, KAPPA DELTA. WHEREAS 
LAST YEAR THEIR COLONIZATION KEPT THE 
PLEDGE CLASSES OF THE OTHER FOUR SO- 
RORITIES SMALLER, THIS YEAR THE NUM- 
BERS WERE BACK UP AGAIN, WITH A QUOTA 
OF 33 PLEDGES FOR EACH SORORITY. KAPPA 
KAPPA GAMMA AND CHI OMEGA BOTH MET 
QUOTA AND PI BETA PHI WAS CLOSE BE- 
HIND WITH 32 PLEDGES. KAPPA ALPHA 
THETA AND KAPPA DELTA EACH PLEDGED 28 
GIRLS. WHILE THE MALES MAKE FUN OF THE 
CLAPPING AND SINGING THAT IS A TRADE- 
MARK OF WOMEN'S RUSH, BOTH ACTIVES 
AND RUSHEES ENJOY THIS TRADITION. 



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"THE PARTIES WERE BI06ER, 

THE PACE WAS FASTER, 

THE SHOWS WERE BROADER, 

THE BUILDINGS WERE HIGHER, 

THE MORALS WERE LOOSER..." 

-F. SCOTT FITZGERALD 

famu Oress 




28 Campus Life 




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SOME POST-BALL DANCING AT CHI PSIS LAWN PARTY WITH BAABA 
SETH 



30 Campus Life 



JUNIOR LEONARD RORRER POSES WITH SOPHOMORES CHRISTINE WONG, CHRIS NIELSEN 
S. MICHELE CONNORS 




ON MARCH 6, 1998, THE FD STEERING 
COMMITTEE ROLLED OUT THE RED CARPET AS 
STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND ALUMNI ENTERED 
A SCENE RIGHT OUT OF THE ROARING TWEN- 
TIES. THE MUSIC OF BO THORPE ORCHESTRA 
AND LIQUID PLEASURE LEFT MANY DANCERS 
ATTEMPTING TO SWING AND CH A CH A. FOR 
THOSE NOT GIFTED WITH DANCING ABILITY, 
THE TRADITIONAL FRATERNITY AND SOROR- 
ITY DINNERS AND THE VIOLENT FEMMES 

CONCERT AT THE PAVILION OFFERED 
EQUALLY ENTERTAINING OPPORTUNITIES. 



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Lenfest Productions 



COLIN TATE AS SEBASTIAN AND MICHAEL 

LEASER AS ANDREW ACUECHEEK IN 

"TWELFTH NIGHT." 




JOSH CARPENTER AND 

FRANCIS MCWILLIAMS ACT IN 

THE PHILADELPHIA," PART OF 

THE FESTIVAL OF ONE ACTS 



32 Campus Lite 



MEGAN JOHNSON TRIES TO PREVENT A CONFRONTA- 
TION BETWEEN ZACH HANKS AND GEORGE RAY IN 
"UNCLE VANYA." 




CASSIE RITTER, HOLLY ESTES 
AND MEGAN JOHNSON IN 
"CRIMES OF THE HEART." 



RYAN TRUAX 
AND COLIN 
TATE IN 
"HOTLINE," 
DIRECTED BY 
ZACH HANKS. 



Campus Life 33 



Vacations 





34 Campus Life 




WASHINGTON &< LEE'S UNOFFICIAL MOTTO, 
"WORK HARD, PLAY HARD," HAS BECOME A 
WAY OF LIFE FOR MANY STUDENTS WHO 
MANAGED TO TEAR AWAY FROM THEIR 
STUDIES DURING THE YEAR TO HAVE A GOOD 
TIME. FOR SOME IT WAS THE UNIVERSITY 
WIND ENSEMBLE SPENT SPRING BREAK IN 
GREECE OR FRATERNITY AND SORORITY 
SPONSORED GETAWAYS WHILE MANY OTHER 
STUDENTS STUCK TO THE TIME HONORED 
TRADITION OF RANDOM ROAD TRIPS. 



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JAMES MACKENZIE WAS THE 
WOODROW WILSON FELLOWSHIP 
SPEAKER IN MARCH. 

PRESIDENT ELROD STANDS WITH DR. 
STEPHEN COULD OF HARVARD WHO 
SHARED HIS THEORIES ON 
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOCY. 




Campus Life 37 



Spring Term 

FILLED WITH ACTIVITIES SUCH AS BUFFALO CREEK, COSHEN, 

LAYING OUT, FRISBY ON THE COLONNADE MANY STUDENTS 

FORGET THATTHIS IS REALLY AN ACADEMIC TERM. EXCEPTOF 

COURSE THOSE FRESHMEN THAT HAVENT FIGURED OUT HOW 

TO SIGN UP FOR AN EASYCLASS. PLEDGESHIP IS DONE ANDTHE 

WEATHER HAS TAKEN A TURN FOR THE BEST SO NO ONE HAS 

AN EXCUSE TO BE IN A BAD MOOD. OF COURSE NO ONE CAN 

FORGETSEEING HOW OUR SCHOOL USEDTO BE WHEN ALLTHE 

ALUMNI COME ROLLING BACK IN TOWN FOR THEIR WEEKEND. WITH THE HELP FROM A FEV\ 

DRINKS STUDENTS EVENTUALLY GET USED TO THEM CONTINUALLY TALKING ABOUT HOV^ 

BETTER IT ALL USEDTO BE AND ACTUALLY HAVE A FUN WEEKEND. WITH ALLTHE EXCITEMEN1 

SPRING TERM OFFERS MANY STUDENTS PREFER JUST A LAZY DAY IN THE RIVER. 





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Parties 

WHETHER IT WAS A GIANT 
BASH OR A QUIET GET TO- 
GETHER PARTIES WERE ESSEN- 
TIAL TO KEEPING STUDENTS 
SANE AND AWAY FROM WORK. 
WHILE GREEKS DOMINATED 
THE SOCIAL SCENES MANY STU- 
DENTS FOUND ESCAPE 
THROUGH GOING TO THE 
PALMS OR STAIRCASE AND 
SPENDING TIME IN A MORE 
INTIMATE SETTING. NO MAT- 
TER WHAT SETTING GOOD 
TIMES WERE ALWAYS TO BE 
HAD. 




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Campus Life 43 



THE GRADUATES PROCESS ACROSS THE FRONT LAWN. 




44 Campus Life 



JUSTIN RIEDELL IS CONGRATULATED DURING THE PROCESSION. 




Graduation 1998 

PHOTOS BYW. PATRICK HINELY 

ON JUNE 4, THE CLASS OF 1998 TOOK ITS LAST STROLL ALONG THE COLONNADE AS STU- 
DENTS. THEIR LAST DAYS IN LEXINGTON WERE FULL OF PACKING, SAYING GOODBYE TO 
FACULTY AND FRIENDS AND CONTEMPLATING THE FUTURES. SOME WERE HEADED TO 
LAW OR MEDICAL SCHOOL. OTHERS WERE OFF TO TRAVEL. AND FOR A BRAVE FEW, 
POST GRADUATION PLANS INVOLVED WEDDING BELLS. ALTHOUGH EACH STUDENTS 
FUTURE IS DIFFERENT, THE CLASS OF 1998 SHARES, WITHOUT A DOUBT, MANY FOND 
MEMORIES OF WASHINGTON S^ LEE. AS THEY RETURN OVER THE NEXT FEW YEARS AS 
ALUMNI FOR REUNIONS, HOMECOMING OR JUST WHILE PASSING THROUGH, THE 
MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1998 WILL BE REMINDED OF ALL THE TIMES THEY LAUGHED, 

CRIED, AND ENJOYED AT W^L. 



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CHRIS BALDWIN ADDRESS 

HIS CLASSMATES DURING 

THE CEREMONY. 

FAMILIES AND FRIENDS 

GATHER BY THE LAWN 

NEAR LEE HOUSE TO 

WATCH THE GRADUATION. 



Campus Life 




STUDENTS LISTEN PATIENTLY BEFORE RECEIVING THEI R DIPLOMAS. 



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A GRADUATE WAITS IN THE 

SUN FOR HIS NAME TO BE 

CALLED. 

BS.C SETS UP FOR THE 

LUNCHEON FOLLOWING THE 

GRADUATION CEREMONY. 




48 Campus Life 





THE CLASS OF '98 WAITS TO BE 
SEATED. 

MANY OF THE GRADUATES 
SOUGHT OUT FRIENDS AND 
FAMILY MEMBERS THROUGH- 
OUT THE CEREMONY. 



Campus Life 49 



semars 



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C LAS $ O F 1998 



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DAVE 6ALBRAITH, BEN YEMINI 6< BRAD SIMPSOr 




(ABOVE) MEGAN BARBER (OLE MISS '98) 

^ MEGAN JOHNSON 

(RIGHT) 

CECILY REYNOLDS ('97) 

6. MILLER WILD 

52 Seniors 



(LEFT) JASON ZACHER &. FRANCES 
GROBERG COD 

(BELOW) CHARLIE MASON, KRIS O'NEAL, 
STUART CHIKAMI, JUSTIN RIEDELL 6< 
CHRIS FORREST 




rLER RATCLIFFE, MILLER WILD, KERYN PAIER, BILLY POYNTER 6< JASON CALLEN 



Seniors 53 



(RIGHT) DEMIAN MCGARRY 6< ERIC REUTHER 
(BELOW) SENIOR GIRLS, BAHAMAS 1998 




lAE SENIORS 



54 Senior 



(LEFT) HOLLY LAYMAN C97) 6. JEN MCKENRICK 
(BELOW) BRIAN HIGGINS ^ DOUG PANZER 




(ABOVE) BRENT HILPERT^. 

CATHERINE PRICE C99) 

(LEFT) JEN BRADY 6. BILL DONNELY 



Seniors 55 



(RIGHT) 6LENN MILLER S. 
NATALIA 6ARCIA 

(BELOW) CAROLINE AMPORT S< 
DAVID WILKINS 




JEN BRADY, STEPHANIE ROSKOM, LIZZIE PERKINS C99), BRIDGET QUEALY ^ SUZANNE 

SCOTT C99) 



56 Seniors 



AARY JO MAHONEY, EMILY GIPSON, WHITNEY PARKER, 

AELISSA FOOTE, LORRAINE TAURASSI, SUSIE CREAMER S. BETSY HOWE 




(LEFT) ALISON ROHAS, ALI l<APPEL6< 
ALLISON FREY 



Seniors 5' 



(RIGHT) MILLER WILD &< JASON 
CALLEN 




58 Seniors 




sic; ep seniors 

ICHRIS CAN DON, MATT O'BRIEN, Z. TAYLOR SCHULTZ, TODD ELLINGSON, MATT SEWELL, MATT 
GRAVES, JSAON LARSON, ERIC CINNIS, RICK ELY, GLENN MILLER, JON DZIOK 6< JED HAZLETT 

Seniors 59 



(RIGHT) JAG6ER HARVEY &< MELISSA GIBSON C97) 

(BELOW) HEATHER COOK, ALLISON PREY ^ BLIGH 

WOLLNER 




PHI PS! SENIORS 

FORREST NORVELL, 

CHRIS BALDWIN, 

SCOTT DYNAN, 

ANDREW 

VARDAMAN, 

AL WEST, 

J.B. KILEY, 

SETH MCKINLEY, 

JACOB GARRETT & 

JOHN THRALL 




60 St 



(LEFT) LAURA SEAMAN S. HELEN KIM 

(BELOW) LAURA-ASHLEY ALLEN, ROBIN BOYCE, 
KATHERINE STEUART, LEIGHTON KIRBY, HANNAH 
GOULDSTONE S. ERIN MULLANEY 




Seniors 61 



KATIE MOORE 



TAYLOR, RAMEY HARRIS, NICK TATAR C96) 6< MAX 




JEN BUCKEY, "CROSBY," MARY PRESSLEY , JENNA WORLEY ^ JEN OWEN 



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6< JILL DALOVISIO 




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AVID COON £< JENNIFER JUSTEMA 



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(RIGHT) CLAIRE PARSONS, KRISTEN 
SMITH 6< ANSLEYTHARPE 




RICHARD COBBS C97), BLAKE LOVELACE S. SHAN MULLIN 09" 



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JNDA WELLS, NATALIA GARCIA, CATHY HADDOCK S. STEPHANIE BREWER 




MY KIROUAC £< ALISON ROHAS 



Seniors 6" 



FIJI SENIORS 

ERIC ZAVOLINSKY, LEE HUNT, DAVID FOSTER &< ROBERT HUGHES 



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(ABOVE) MARGARET RICH, NORA ZWEHL- 

BURKE, CHRISTIANA CALLAHAN, 

KELLY TOTTEN & RHETT DACG 

(RIGHT) LAURA SEAMAN 6<JEN MCKENRICK 



(LEFT) BARRETT BLASCHKE S. MELIA CHILDRESS 
(SWEET BRIAR '98) 




JAWS 
'DEACON," WILL HENDRICKSON, TOFER HARRISON S. DAVID COON 



Seniors 67 



(RIGHT) RICH ELY 6< CHRISTIANA 
CALLAHAN 

(BELOW) EMILY FRAMPTON S< ERICA 

PELLETIER 




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KRIS ONEAL, CHRIS FORREST ^ CHARLIE MASOf 



(LEFT) LAURA 
SEAMAN, 
MICHELLE 
DALL VECHIA 
C99), ASHLEY 
EIGHER C99), 
RACHEL 
NITSCHE C99), 
MECAN 
CARLETON 
C99), KATY 
GIBBS, JEN 
MCKENRICK, 
LEYLA 

CUSTER C99), 
DANIELLE 
SIMON ETTA, 
HELEN KIM 6. 
RACHEL 
ALLEN 




KAREN WATTS, MILLIE HEATWOLE &< 
TARYN KIEKOW 



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Seniors 69 



BEDROCK 

JOHN THRALL, CHRIS BALDWIN, FORREST NORVELL, AL WEST, 
ANDREW VARDAMAN S. OMAR MONEIM 




(RICHT) 

RUSS WOODY &. 

LEIGH MILDREN 

WAKE FOREST '98) 



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(LEFT, FRONT TO BACK) 
MOGANA RICHARDS, 
NATASHA EDELEN S. 
SHERI HAMILTON 



Seniors 71 



rRArx ROW) KATHERINE MCALPINE, AMY KIROUAC, EMILY CARTWRIGHT, JENN JUSTEMA,, 
STE^himE BRE\^^^^^ CALLAHAN, JEN MCKENRICK (FRONT ROW) TARYnI 

STEPHANIE bKtWtK, cmk KIEKOW, CAROLINE YATES S. RACHEL ALLEN 




(ABOVE) STEPHANIE ROSKOM S< 

DOUG PANZER 

(RIGHT) STACY PATTON £< LEIGH 

LUNDSTROM 



72 Seniors 



(LEFT) CHRIS BALDWIN AND KATIE 
BALDWIN COD 

(BELOW) ERIC ZAVOLINSKY, DAVID FOS- 
TER i< JAKE BLUMENTHAL 




ACOB GARRETT, J.B. KILEYS<TIM CLEARY 



Seniors 



(RIGHT) MARISA FROST, ADAM 
AVITABLE S. ZACH HANKS 




CLAUDIA ARCURI, LINDSAY WOOD, ANNIE LONG &< JEN BUGKEY 



74 Seniors 



^THERINE MCALPINE, MILLER WILD, CHRISTY STEVENS S. LAUREN WILLSON 




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(ABOVE) ANDREW HERON 
(LEFT) JAMIE KALISTA C99), DIANA 
VAAMONDE 6< DIANA'S COD 
DAUCHTER, MACARENA (20??) 



Seniors 75 



(RIGHT) DAN STACKHOUSE S. 
CHARITY FORSTMANN 




76 Seniors 




^ HILLARY MCMILLIAN &< 
KELLEY CHAPOTON 



AAGGIE WOOLDRIDGE &< CHRISTI WOOLDRIDGE 097) 



Seniors /7 



(RIGHT) STEVE OSBORN, JASON ZACHER S. MATT 

CRAIG 

(BELOW) KENDALL CRUICKSHANKS S. JAMES 

BROWNE COO) 




78 Seniors 



(LEFT) EMILY 6IPSON, BETSY HOWE, MOLLY NORTON 
S. SUSIE CREAMER 



CROSS COUNTRY SENIORS 

(BELOW) GREG RUTHIG, WILL OLSON, JASON CALLEN, 

TAYLOR SHULTZ 6< DAVID LAWRENCE 




Seniors /9 



(RIGHT) CAROLINE AMPORT i. 
LAURENCE PHILLIPS 

(BELOW) JUSTIN RIEDELL S. 
STUART CHI KAMI 




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JEFF KILLION, ALAN WILLIS, BEN LACY S< ALAN CUTHBERTSOr 



80 Seniors 



THENA MAHONEY (OO) S. MARY JO MAHONEY 




(ABOVE) SUNDA WELLS S. SHELL! 
HENDERSON 

(LEFT) HILLARY MARTIN 6< AMANDA 
ROBSON 

Seniors 81 



UNDERGRAD RUGBY MINKS 




(RIGHT) ALLISON FREY, LAURA 
COHEN 6< DANA HOOD 



82 Seniors 



(LEFT) BRIAN HOOPER S. MARGARET 
LYONS (HOLLINS COLLEGE '98) 

(BELOW) "CROSBY," JENN BUCKEY &< 
LINDSAY WOOD 




\ARCARET HEINER, LINDSAY THURMAN, MOLLY CIESELMAN, JULIANA 
PMUNDS 6< ASHLEY PETERSON 



Seniors 83 




(ABOVE) CARSON FLOWERS, STACY PATTON, LEICH 
LUNDSTROM 6< LAURENCE PHILLIPS 

(RIGHT) ALISON ROHAS, MARY KATHRYN WILLIAMS 

6< ASHLEY SHREVES COO) 



84 Seniors 




(ABOVE) CARSON FLOWERS, LAURENCE PHILLIPS 6< 
ROBIN BOYCE 

(LEFT) TODD DENBO C97) 6< LEIGH LUNDSTROM 



Seniors 83 



(RIGHT) DEMIAN MC6ARRY S< DAN HILLEY 
(BELOW)BRIAN CULVER 6< LIZA JAMISON C99) 



MOLLIE 

HARMON C99), PAUL 

SAUPE C99), DIANA 

VAAMON DE-MARTIN 

6. JAMIE KALISTAC99) 




86 Seniors 



I (LEFT) MARGARET HOEHL ('99), BLIGH WOLLNER S. 
MAGGIE GEORGE ('97) 




(BAGK ROW) 
PAUL SABOE ('97), 
SCOTT 

BOOKWALTER, 
DEMIAN MCGARRY, 
ERIC REUTHER 
(FRONT ROW) 
DAN STACKHOUSE &< 
JEREMY ADAMS 



Seniors 8" 



(RIGHT) LORRAINE TAURASSI, 

CLAIRE BOWERS, CHRISTY 

MEADE S. ERICA REINEKE 




Seniors 




JENNY GRANT, CAROLINE 
AMPORT, MOLLY NORTON, 
MILLER WILD, KERYN PAIER, 
CHRISTY STEVENS S. LAUREN 
WILLSON 




LODELL 

DAN THOMPSON, JUSTIN LABORDE, BRIAN CULVER, JONATHAN CORAB, REED DEUPREE S. 

FORREST STEWART 



89 



DOUG PANZER 6. NATE TAYLOR 




(RIGHT) DAVID BUTLER 6. DAVID 
SUGERMAN C99) 



90 Seniors 



EFT) VALERIE HARRIS, EMI LY CARTWRIGHT Sc 
JATALIA GARCIA 



DAVE FOSTER S< LEE HUNT (AT JUMP 
MOUNTAIN) 




MARK DICRISTINA, ANDREW KINTZ, MAGGIE WOOLDRIDGE S. CHRIS 
EDWARDS C99) 



Seniors 91 



KATHRYN MAYURNIK S. LIZ DETTER 



THE MILL 

SETH CORNEAL, TIM CLEARY, GORDON 

MEEKER, BYRON BURNS, MIKE VASALLO, 

JOHN REID ^MATT LAU 




VICTORIA PAVLOVA S. MACIEJ GOLUBIEWSKY C99 



92 Seniors 



\AGGIE WOOLDRIGE, RACHEL ALLEN 
AMY KIROAUC 




TOP: WHITNEY PARKER, LORRAINE TAURASSI, 
MELISSA FOOTE, SUSIE CREAMER 
BOTTOM: EMILY CIPSON, BETSY HOWE, ANNE- 
LAMAR BROWN &< MARY JO MAHONEY 



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Seniors 9; 



;RIAN HIGGINS, LEIGH SMITH COO) ^ DOUG 
PANZER 



BJORNEN DU PONT, ANDERW RUPPAR 6< 
JENNY WILLIAMS 




94 Seniors 



AMITYVILLE 

SARA MC6EORGE, MELISSA FOOTE, SAM 
HORSTMAN ('99), MARY JO MAHONEY S. 
ANNE-LAMAR BROWN 



E$ MAISTER C96)i<TARYN KIEKOW 



AN WISE S< BRENDAN BREENCOMBES C99) 





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LAKE LOVELACE, JESSE MCCUIRE &< PATRICK O'CONNELL 



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Seniors 9~ 



RACHEL ALLEN, TARYN KIEKOW 
S. CAROLINE YATES 

MEGAN WEIDEMAER 6<TADZIA 
CRANDPRE 




FRONT: M1LA6ROS DALY, BILL OVERBAU6 

DAWN HEWITT. BACK: DIANA VAAMONC 

MARTIN, KEITH HABER 6< KATHLEEN DU5 



96 Seniors 



BEANS AND DBMS 

DAVID DEMARTINO, CHRIS BEACH, MATT E. 
HOLBROOK, MALCOLM MILNE 6< NOAH EGORIN 




(ABOVE) MARY NEW, CHRISTI WOOLDRIDGE C97), 
MAGGIE WOOLDRIDGE, CARSON FLOWERS S. MARY 
MICHAEL PETTYJOHN 

(LEFT) LAURA COHEN S. ALISON ROHAS 



Seniors 9" 



(RIGHT) JOHNNY OILMAN C99) 6< LORRAINE 

TAURASS! 

(BELOW)JED HAZLETT, GREG CHOW, AARON 
BROTHERTON 6< DAN RUSHING 




SUSIE CREAMER, MOLLY NORTON, BETSY HOWE, 
ANNIE LONG, JENNY GRANT, KERY PAEIR, LINDSEY 
WOOD, LEIGHTON KIRBY, EMILY GIPSON 




LIZ OLSON COD 6< WILL OLSOr 



98 Seniors 



(LEFT) ROBERT SEIN, TON CHARTISATH IAN, 
AN U RAG CHANDRA 6< RYAN BEAMAN 




HOLLY THOMSEN, HILLARY 
MARTIN &< ALISON BEARD 



,^LEX KELLEY, JILL DALOVISIO, MOLLY GEISELMAN, 
JLINDSAYTHURMAN, KATHY KITCHENS S< KATHARINE 
MC FALL 



Seniors 99 



POLE HOUSE SENIORS 
(RIGHT) SCOTT ANDERSON, SETH 
JESSE, ERIK HOLBROOK S.MAR- 
TIN MILNER 

WATERLOO ^ AMITYVILLE 

(CENTER) 

(BELOW) DAVE CALBRAITH, BEN 
YEMINI &< BRAD SIMPSON 




PAUL BRICGS, JONATHAN GOLDMAN, "DAVEY 
BOY" SIMPSON S< JONATHAN BAYER 



CHARITY FORSTMANN & ALLISON FRE> 



100 Seniors 



(LEFT) EDOUARD DE 6ALBERT, JOHN MILLS Sc 
PAT WILLIAMSON 

(BELOW) MELISSA PARKER S. EMILY RAEMORE 




^BOVE) CHRISTY STEVENS, KERYN 
AlER, JENNY GRANT, SUSIE 
[.REAMER, BETSY HOWE, ALISON 
EARD, JACKIE TERREBONE, LAUREN 
VILLSON, EMILY GIPSON, CAROLINE 
IMPORT, MOLLY NORTON 6< MILLER 
VILD 



MR. SAM'S (ABOVE LEFT) 

BRIAN WHITE, JON DOHERTY, CLARK SHIELDS S< 

CHRIS GRAHAM 



Seniors 101 



WATERLOO! 

BRYCE BENDALL, REBECCA RUSSELL, ERICKA SHAPARD, 
ASHLEY VANARSDALL, AMYGREELY& WHITNEY 

PARKER: 






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(ABOVE) DAN THOMPSON, 

RACHEL ALLEN, AMY KIROAUC Sx 

JONATHAN GORAB 

(ABOVE RIGHT) JOSHUA 

HESLINGA S. CHRISTINE 

GARNAVISH 

KAPPA $IG SENIORS (RIGHT) 

BILLY POYNTER, GREC RUTHIC, 

JOHN HARPER, BRENT HILPERT, 

DAVID LAWRENCE, TYLER 

RATCLIFFE. JASON CALLEN, MATT 

HOLBROOK, BRANDON 

EVERHARDT, ERIC RIDLER, JEFF 

WILLOUCHBY. NOT PICTURED: 

DEVIN NOMELLINI, JAMIE ESTES S< 

RICH WALTER 




102 Seniors 



(LEFT) STEVE SCHULTZ, BRUGH FOSTER, 
PHIL BARRETTS. EARLE GREGORY 

(BELOW) ALISON ROHAS6< TARRY 
BAKER 




KNEELING: JENNA 
WORLEY, MARY 
PRESSLEY, ALISON 
BEARD, MILLER WILD, 
JENN BUCKEY, JILL 
DALOVISIO, JEN OWENS, 
RICA PELLETIER, ANSLEY THORPE. FRONT ROW: TARRY BAKER, ERICA REINEKE, 
EICHTON KIRBY, ERIN MULLANEY, CHRIST! CALOUDAS, KERYN PAIER, BETSEY HOWE, 
'AUREN WILLSON, SUSIE CREAMER, EMILY CIPSON, WHITNEY PARKER, CLAUDIA 
^RCURI, LINDSAY WOOD, KRISTEN SMITH. BACK ROW: JACKIE TERREBONNE, MACCIE 
VOOLRIDGE, CAROLINE AMPORT, JENNI GRANT, CHRISTI STEVENS £. MOLLY NORTON 



Seniors 103 



JULIE MARKHAM &. 
CHARITY FORSTMANN 



(RIGHT) CHRISTINE 
GARNAVISH, MILACROS 
DALYS. ROBIN SEATON V 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 
SENIORS (BELOW) 




AMY 
KIROUAC, 
BJORNEN 
DU PONT, 

ALEX 

FENNELL &< 

JENNY 

WILLIAMS 



KAREN WATTS &.TARYN KIEKOVl 



104 Seniors 



.INCLTUM PHI SENIORS 

ATHRYN MAYURNIK, WILLIAM HARDIE, MATT 
RAI6, JASON ZACHER, ELIZABETH DETTER CENTER: 
OURTNEY MILLER 



CHERYL PUZON 6< SUNDA WELLS 





(ABOVE LEFT) JOSHUA HESLINCA, 
JEREMY ADAMS, DEMIAN MCGARRY, 
RUST CADWALLADER, ERIC REUTHER, 
GREGORY SCOT KEES 6. TIM TRIGILIO 

(ABOVE) DAVE FOSTER, JEN BEAN, 
BJORNEN DU PONT, JENNY WILLIAMS S. 
GAMBLE PARKS C95) 

PI BETA PHI SENIORS 

TOP: BECCA BA6DONAS, KELLEY TOTTEN, CHAR- 
ITY FORSTMANN, NICOLE RICHARD, MARGARET 
RICH, SHELLl HENDERSON BOTTOM: LIZ DETTER, 
ALLISON FREY, ALISON ROHAS, DANA HOOD, 
CELESTE RASMUSSEN, ALI KAPPEL S. HEATHER 
COOK 



Seniors 105 



(RIGHT) MARY PRESSLY, SUSIE 
CREAMER S< NORA ZWEHL-BURKE 

(BELOW) TOM ANDERSON WITH 

TASHA, MEGAN JOHNSON WITH 

ALEX 6. JEN ANDERSON WITH KIRA 

(BELOW RIGHT) VICTORIA KUMPRIS, 
STACY PATTON S. KATHY KITCHENS 




SCOTT JACKSON, CHRIS BEACH, DAVID DEMARTINO, TOM HOLLY THOMSEN &.TODD 
FALLACE, SAM HORSTMAN, MATT E. HOLBROOK S. ELLINGSON 

MALCOM MILNE 



106 Seniors 




(ABOVE LEFT) SUNDA WELLS 6< CATHY HADDOCK 
SIGMA CHI SENIORS (below) 

FRONT ROW: SCOTT ANDERSON, ERICK HOLBROOK, TERENCE 
O'HARE, STEVE BUCCI, SEAN CANNON, DAVE WILKINS, CHRIS 
GRAHAM BACK ROW: DAVE WATSON, MARTIN MILNER, 
CLARK SHIELDS, JON DOHERTY, ROB ROY BRIGANCE, CHAS 
FRANK, SETH JESSE 6, KELLY DYER 

(LEFT) CHIP BARTON AND EMILY CARTWRICHT 





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DAVE HOWARD, 
MIKE GERMAIN, 
SCOTT DYNAN, 
DIXIE, JAMES 
WILKINS, SCOTT 
MCKELVEY, JOSH 
BILLINGS, JOHN 
BENAZZI S<STAN 
ROBERTS 



AARCARET HEINER, LINDSAY THURMAN, MOLLY CIESELMAN, JULIANA 
:'MUNDS S. ASHLEY PETERSON 



Seniors 10' 



(RIGHT) SASHA HARTMAN C97) ^ ALEX FENNELL 

(BELOW) BEN THOMPSON COO), LEE HUNT, JASON NICHOLS 

COO)6< SEAN EDDY COO) 




(ABOVE) JENNY WILL- 
IAMS S< LEI6HTON 
KIRBY 

(RIGHT) MAGGIE 

WOOLDRIDGE, LAURA 

WAREING, CHRISTIE 

CALOUDAS 6. CARSON 

FLOWERS 



Seniors 



(LEFT) SARA WORCESTER &< SEAN LYONS 
(BELOW, TOP) HANS YAO 




(ABOVE) JEN REIMER C99) S< BRAD PROCTOR 
(LEFT) AMANDA ROBSON S. ALEX FENNELL 



Seniors 109 



(RIGHT) SCOTT ANDERSON, 

CHRISTY STEVENS, JACKIE 

TERREBONE 6< MARTIN MILNER 





(ABOVE) BYRON BURNS, TIM CLEARY, 
JOSH BILLING &< GORDON MEEKER 



110 Seniors 



HILLARY MARTIN, KATY GIBBS, TARYN KIEKOW 
DANIELLE SIMONETTA, MILLIE HEATWOLE, SlCr 
PAGE, JEN MCKENRIGK, LEYLA CUSTER, CAROLI^. 
YATES, TADZIA GRANDPRE, KAREN WATTS, JILLJ 
HERMAN 6< AMANDA ROBSON i 



EGAN WIEDMAIER &< TARRY BAKER AT 
JKE MARINE LAB 



BEN YEMINI, JON BAYER, BRAD SIMPSON S. NEAL 
KOHL IN CANCUN 




WINDFALL 

^TE TUCKER, CARTER MONTAGUE, CHRIS BOSWORTH, FRANK ETHERIDGE, PETE 
'ARD 6< PETER BROWN 



Seniors 1 1 1 



ERIC RIDLER ^ LAUREN WEEDON C9) 



ROBIN SEATON S. DOUG BROWN 




ALEX CHRISTENSEN, DAN STACKHOUSE, JESSICA 
SIMPSON C99) S. JAMES SAMMONS (99) 



(ABOVE) TARA PATTERSON S. SCOT 

SIEVE '5 



112 Seniors 



DHN DAVID KRITZER &< NEAL KOHL 



TOP: DAVID MACKEY, MAI 
HOLBROOK. MIDDLE: DEVIN 
NOMELLINI, BRANDON EVERHARDT, 
DAVID LOWRENCE, TREVOR SPENCER 
C96), JASON CALLEN. BOTTOM: BILLY 
POYNTER 




CATHARINE MCFALL, KATE GIESE, JILL DALOVISIO, VICTORIA KUMPRIS, KATIE 
AOORE 6< KATHY KITCHENS 



Seniors 113 



BYRON BURNS S. CHASE MCMENEY AT DEVIL 

MARBLEYAR 



CARTER MONTAGUE, DOUG HARTOC S< 

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ROCIO CHANDLER, DIANA VAAMONDE-MARTIN, 

SANTIAGO MITCHELL C99), PROFESSOR DAVID PARKER, 

YUN-MEI LEE ('99) S. NATALIA GARCIA 

(RIGHT) VICTORIA PAVLOVA S< KIM VISSER 
(AMSTERDAM UNIVERSITY, HOLLAND) 




114 Seniors 



BILLY POYNTER, SUSIE 
CREAMER, JASON CALLEN, 
PEVIN NOMELLINI 6< TYLER 
RATCLIFFE 




(ABOVE) MIKE VASALLO, TIM CLEARY, GORDON 
MEEKER, BYRON BURNS, SETH MCKINLEY, MATT 
LAU, JOHN REED 6< SCOTT MCKELVEY 

(LEFT) CHERYL PUZON 6< KATHY DUSSE 



Seniors 115 



undercktss 



16 



1999 :2ooo :2001 



Darrick Alford 

Charles Allen 

Robert Allen 

Edward Ames 

Sergei Antonov 



Kendra Archer 

Wes Armstrong 

Jay Arnold 

Elizabeth Arthur 

Scott Babka 



Brad Baker 

David Balsley 

Gregory Bank 

John Michael Barclay 

Bert Barre 



Chip Barton 

Michael Beakley 

Josh Beckham 

Andy Beckler 

Bryan Berry 




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Justin Blackwell 
Thomas Blair 



CLASS OF 1999 



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118 Juniors 




Jeremy Boggs 
Christopher Bond 
John Boothby 
Ryan Bowe 
Bret Bowerman 



Geoffrey Bowley 
Christopher Bradshaw 
Brendan Breen-Combes 
Lisa Brennan 
Calder Britt 



Rebecca Bruggeman 
Shep Buckman 
Mary Somers Burger 
Mike Burger 
Roy Burns 



^ Rick Burrice 
Wilham Cain 
Michael Callaghan 
Claire Cannon 
Race Cannon 



Trey Carr 
Greer Chambless 
Samuel Chase 
Chas Chastain 
Brent Christ 



Da\id Clements 
Leland Clemons 
Alice Cocknmi 
Laura Cohen 
Walter Coker 



Juniors 119 



Dawn Coulthurst 

William Culpepper 

Kevin Cumbus 

Hallett Davis 

Josh Davis 



Enid Dean 

William Dempsey 

Shane Dever 

Kitty Dickerson 

George Dickinson 




Mary Dickinson 

Benjamin Didier 

Peter Dodge 

Al Dominick 

Natalia Dorofeeva 



Patrick DriscoU 

Nathan Dunn 

Keri Dunphy 

Anthony Dvarskas 

Chris Edwards 



Ryan Elliot 

Sloan Evans 

John Farringer, IV 

Sarah Feinberg 

Catherine Ruth Felton 



120 Juniors 




Sean Fierke 



Rebecca Fitzsimmons 



John Flournoy 
Sean Fowler 
Augustine Fragala 
Lauren Francis 
Stephanie Frank 



Jennifer Frost 
John Freyer, Jr. 
Todd Gaines 
Heath Galloway 
Gregg Genetti 



Fran Gilbert 
Johnny Gilman 
Casey Gilmore 
Weslev Givens 
Geoff Gober 



Rachel Goddu 
Larua Goodwin 
Alvsia Graber 
Mark Granger 
Tarah Grant 



Juniors 121 



Amv Gray 
Benjie Griffith 



John Grumbine 
Stephen Guenther 



Jason Hahn 

Leah Hall 

Patrick Hall 

Mary Elizabeth Harmon 

Judson Harper 



Daniel Harrell 

Mac Harris 

Elizabeth Harvev 



James Haslam 

Daniel Hendricks 

Kelley Herring 

Andrew Higgs 

Garry Hill 



Dan Hilley 

Margaret Hoehl 

Stuart Hogue 

John Hughes 

John Huntington 

Adam Ingols 

Elizabeth James 




122 Juniors 



Dave Kaplan 
Chase Karsman 
Caroline Keen 
Christoph Kemnade 
Martha Kieckhefer 



Kevin Kimmel 
Emmie Kinder 
Matthew Kirby-Smith 
Laura Knapp 
Erin Kraal 




Reed Kuhn 
Michael Leaser 
Charles Leddy 
Carolyn Lee 
David Lehman 



Armistead Lemon 
Sam Levine 
Bryan Lewis 
Chris Looney 
Kimberlv Luhin 



Greg Lusardi 
ennifer Mandeville 
John McAllister 
Peter McCarthy 
James McCliggot 



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Juniors 123 



Patrick McCormack 

Sara McCrone 

Marv McFall 

Sean McManus 

Sarah Meldrum 



Zebulon Mellett 

Jennifer Mendocha 

Patrick Mickler 

Ben Middendorf 

Jeffrey Mitchell 



Santiago Mitchell 

Sarah Moore 

Daniel Morrall 

Scott Morris 

Silas Morse 



Lizzie Munson 

E.J. Murphy 

Jason Newman 

Michael Nolan 

Christopher Noland 



Michael O'Neill 

William Overbaugh 

Mikel Parker 

David Passavant 

Matthew Patrick 



Craig Penny 

Tim Perlow 

Gwendolyn Perrilliat 

Jay Pfeiffer 

Nefertiti Phipps-Smith 




124 Juniors 




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Tony Piagentini 
Darren Pohlman 
Todd Poole 
Catherine Price 
Stephen Puckett 



J.B. Redenbaugh 
Chad Reynolds 
Hampton Richards 
Elizabeth Richey 
Greta Richter 



David Ritchey 
Matthew Ritfer 
Elizabeth Rodd 
Leonard Rorrer 
Christopher Rosen 




Lvle Ross 
Jeff Rotondi 
Erin Ruane 
Sarah Saalfield 
James Sammons 



Preston Sartelle 
David Saunders 
Paul Saupe 
Drew Schaumber 
Carl Schulze 



juniors 125 



Andrew Scott 

J. P. Scurry 

Paul Shea 

Christy Shumate 

Leed Sih'erfield 



Christine Starer 

Corey Stephens 

Courtney Stova 

Tom Stover 

Amy Stowell 




Peggy Stuntz 

David Sugerman 

Trey Suggs 

Marshall Sutton 

Lee Svvfomley 



Nate Tencza 



Matt Theodorakis 



126 Juniors 




Courtney Tyler 
Dawson Tyler 
Shannon Upchurch 
George Urban 
Happy Vaughan 



Geoffrey Veale 
Shantonnette Wade 
Thomas Wadlow 
Andrew Walker 
Ryan Walker 



J-Bo Wall 
Mary Scott Wall 
Tom Washburn 
Tyrone Web 
John Wellford 



Drew Wendelken 
Bob Weston 
Katherine Wheelock 
Bryan Wheeler 
Mary Kathryn Williams 



Aitii^ii 





Edwin Wilson 
Reece Wilson 
Robert Wilson 
Travis Winfrey 
Stephanie Wolfe 



Erika Woodson 
Matt Wotiz 
Hampton Yeiding 
Josh Young 
Scott Zimmerlv 



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Juniors 12' 



CLASS OF iOOO 



Sophomore 



Jennifer Agiesta 

Frances Alford 

Anthony Allen 

Charlie Aim 

Shav Anslev 



Ted Bailey 

Virginia Baker 

Robert Baldwin 

Christopher Ball 

Christian Batcheller 



Tyler Bates 

Taylor Beaupain 

Lauren Beckenhauer 

Emily Belcher 

Pete Bentson 



Juliet Bickford 
Peyton Biddle 

Kristen Binette 

Tully Blalock 

Suzy Blum 





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128 Sophomores 




Brian Brantley 
Christopher Brown 
Ron Brown 
James Browne 
Johnny Bubb 



Ashley Buck 
James Bucldey 
Robert Buechler 
Kristen Burr 
William Butler 



J. Boyd Camak 
Joshua Carpenter 
Clinton Carter 
Childs Cantey 
Erika Cassutti 



Chad Casto 
Beth Clark 
Brandon Chalk 
Carson Chambers 
Lance Clack 



Edward Clarkson 
Matt Clymer 
Caroline Cobb 
Ian Conner 
Andy Cook 



Brannon Cook 
Daniel Cotter 
David Damiani 
Br>'son Datt 
Gavin Dean 



Sophomores 129 



Drew Dodson 

Luke Doiron 

Colin Doughern- 

Paul Downey 

Peter Duvall 




Eric Engelbart 

Kenneth Ervin 
Gregor)' Esposito 

Holly Estes _- - ^, 

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John Ezbiansk)' 



130 Sophomores 



Hugh Farrish 
Megan Fink 
Jen Fisher 
Ashlie Fox 
Katherine Franckle 




Raymond Geisler 
Russell George 



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Alexander Gontcharov 



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David Hanson 
Krista Harkreader 
Ann Marie Harrill 
Chris Hatzis 
Joe Hawkins 



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Sophomores 131 



Rob Hendricks 
Weslev Hoke 



Scott Hook 
John Hope 



Taylor Horner 

Julie Horwitz 

Hollister Hovey 

Scott Hudson 

Matt Jackson 



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Whitney Knier 

jady Koch 

Matt Lamotte 

Grant Langston 

Matthew Leventhal 



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David Levinson 

Aaron Love 

Carrie Luria 

Megan Macy 

Jonathan Madden 




132 Sophomores 






Maggie Mahcr 
Edward Mahon 
Athena Mahoney 
J,T. Malatesta 
Michael Malone 



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Ryan Markish 
Matthew Marquis 
Schuyler Marshall 
Kathcrine Mason 
Kris Mathis 



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Meghan Mazour 
William McZGettigan 
Michael McGlue 
James McKnight 
Kevin McManemin 



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Alex McManimen 
Warren Meehan 
Greg Meyers 
Jason Miller 
Jason Miller 



Leigh Miller 
Meredith MIynar 
Mike Moore 
Jordan Morris 
lessica Morton 



Michael Mosteller 
Aliko Mwaisela 
Christian Myers 
CarK- Nasca 
Sarah Nash 



Sophomores 13; 



Matthew Neumayet 

Ross Niblock 

Jason Nichols 

Chistian Nielsen 

R\-an Noble 



Dalton Norwood 

Greg Nouza 

Andrew Novak 

Tabor Novak 

John Cole Oliver 



Patterson Owin 

Alyssa Parlin 

Anna Parris 

Erin Partridge 

Hansel Pasco 




Beth Pert)' 

Rjchard ?• 

Martha Pettyjohn 

Brian Plutzrski 

Walt Plyer 



Carolvn Richard: 



134 Sophomores 





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Michael Sandusky 
Chad Scarborough 
Leah Schaefer 
Stacie Schneider 
Marshall Schreeder 




j-\shley Shreves 
David Silver 
Kristi Slafka 
Neil Slatterv' 
lason Smith 



Sophomores 135 











tiMtMlM^ 



Alex Stiles 

Blair Stovve 

Steven Straub 

John Warren Sullivan 

Chris Sutton 





Kevin Swenson 

Jesup Szatkowski 

Susan Terzian 

Andrew Thomas 

John Thomas 




Andrew Thompson 

3en)amin Thompson 

Matt Thurlow 

John Titely 

Gerald Titus 




ii, 



Jen Titus 

Bob Tullis 

Meredith Vellines 

K.D. Vo 

Turner Vosseller 







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136 Sophomores 




William Wade 
T.J. Wagner 
Denise Wallin 
Lauren Walter 
Dylan Walsh 



Andrew Ward 
James Waskovich 
Elizabeth Watkins 
Thomas Weatherly 
Jeffrey Wehner 



Theodore Wells 
Chip Wcsterman 
Mary Elizabeth Whipple 
Virginia Whitney 
Douglas Williams 



Man- Elizabeth Winfrev 



Sophomores 13/ 



Barren Witkin 

i\my Wood 

Sara Wood 

Russell Wrenn 

Maggie Yates 



John Zimmer 
Daniel Zink 




138 Sophomores 




Sophomores 139 



Kurtis Acker 
Bryant Adams 
Edward Adams 
Laura Adelman 
Tom An^elillo 



Lee ,Anne Applegace 

Thomas Arnold 

Brian Bagdonas 

Ericka Bahn 

Adam Baker 




Juilet Berry 

Gabrielle Best 

William Bible 

Dan Birdwhistell 

Elizabeth Boardman 



140 Freshmen 




Jeoffrev Bodenhorst 
Amy Borgman 
Jocelen Bowman 
Lee Bowles 
Harrv' Brookbv 



Virginia Brumby 
Allison Bruneau 
Hillary Bryant 
Meredith Bryk 
Anna Marie Burt 



Thomas Burke 



Scott Cameron 
Michael Capron 



■ Nicola Carpenter 
Ed Carraway 
Alison Carrwright 
Wende Case 
Annie Castello 



Freshmen 



CLASS OF 2001 



i 



Freshmen 141 



Brim Ceneviva 

Joshua Chamberlain 

Clanon Chandler 

William Christ 

Nick Cimino 



Faith Collins 

John Comly 

JeflfCooic 

Timothy Cormier 

Margaret Jane Courtney 



Matthew Cowie 

Jordan Coyle 

Evan Cramer 

Andy Crawford 

Andrea Creech 



Brian Crews 

Michael Crittenden 

Sean Cronin 

Meritt Crosby 

Kristen Crowley 



Ward Davenport 



Jen Da 




142 Freshmen 



Rad Davis 
Derek Dodson 
Elizabeth Do 
Matthew Dugan 
Jason Dunahoe 




Katy Gieselman 

on GitTen 

dan Ginsberg 
Joshua Glober 
Matthew Gooch 



Freshmen 143 



Sanders Goodrich 

Rives Granade 

Scott Gray 

Tyler Green 

Adams Greenwood-Ericksen 



Elizabeth Grenfell 

Pauhanda Griffith 

David Grossman 

Amy Hall 

Turney Hall 



Matthew Halloran 

Jessica Hanks 

Wes Hardy 

Phelps Harmon 

Carson Harris 



Page Harrison 

Allison Harvey 

Chris Haun 

John Herbert 

Matthew Herman 




Ross Hinkle 

Justin Holton 

Nathan Hoot 

Matthew Howenstein 

Scott Humphreys fc 




Miii 




dua 




144 Freshmen 



Roman Koshkin 
Timothy Koss 
Jane Lacy 
Lauren LaFauci 
Katie Lamb 




iiiliM iiil 




Chris Lue 
Michael Marcoux 
Thomas Markham 
Brock Marrs 
McCaleb Marshall 



Lee Ann Maurer 
Jason May 
Marthew Mayberry 
David McDermott 
Heather McDonald 



Matt McKenzie 
Catherine Mead 
Elizabeth Medina 
Scott Meister 
Kate Metznik 



Freshmen 145 



Michael Miraglia 

Blair Mitchell 

Patrick Mitchell 

Thomas Monaco 

Price Moncrief 




ili^iiiiiiil 



Woody Moore 

Kathleen Moroney 

Jacek Mucha 

Kathryn Muter 

Thomas Myers 




Bryan Petrilla W 
Stephen Philipson f 
Michael Pidgcon 
Scott Pippin 
Sarah Pollan 



146 Freshmen 




Liz Powers 
Frank Previti 
Chris Price 
Blair Priest 
Dafnette Prothn 



Rebecca Pullen 
Hugh Rabb 
Thomas Ragdale 
Matt Ralcy 
Reagan Reaud 



Anna Regenstein 
Patrick Renton 
Sarah Riggs 
Ellen Ritsch 
Carin Ritter 



Andy Robinson 
Zeke Roeser 



Angela Roman 
Brent Rosenpren 



iiiiis 



lean Rowan 
Kimherly Russel 
Nicholas Ryan-Lang 
Adam Santosuosso 
Joshua Sarnell 



Freshmen 14" 



Aaron Schneider 

Laura Schramm 

Carson Schroeder 

Megan Schwarz 



Alexander Sedgwick 

Peer Segell<e 

David Sigier 

Nick Silverman 

Alison Simmons 



Andrew Simmons 

Crystal Simpson 

Jeff Sloan 

Althea Smiley 

Brian Smith 



Harrison Smith 

Jonathan Smith 

Max Smith 

Rebecca Smith 

Zachary Smith 



Kathie Soroka 
Caroline Sozzi 
Robert Spatzer 



Julianna Spencer 

Nicholas Stawasz 

John Stewart 




148 Freshmen 




Brian Stisser 
l'.urick Stowe 
Jennifer Srrawbridge 
Louis Stry'ker 
Neil Sullivan 



Natalie Swope 
Janakan Thiagarajah 
Ryan Truax 
Kimberly Tucker 
Sandy Tucker 



Nathan Urquhart 
Zachar)' Usher 
Mar)' Vaden 
William Vail, Jr. 
Grcgor)' Valentine 



lohn Valentine 
Christine Van Den Toorn 
Andrew Vendig 
Chris Wahl 
Brent Walker 



Ri.bcrt Walker 
Betsv Wallace 
Jason Ward 
Marc Watson 
Missy Weathersbv 



Chad Wegner 
Lisa Wetzelberger 
Keenan Weston 
Geoff White 
Jenna White 



Fresh I 



149 



Jim Willbourn 

Caner Williams 

Lindsay William^ 

Ben Wilson 

Annabelle Wirth 



Thomas Wood 
Man- Wright 

Patrick Wright 
Philip Wrighi 
Laurel Yano\\ 



Dorothy Yuan 




1 50 Freshmen 




Freshmen 151 



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152 



ACCOUNTING ANTHROPOLOGY ^ SOCIOLOGY ART BIOLOGY 

:HEMISTRY classics computer science east ASIAN STUDIES 
CONOMICS ENGLISH GEOLOGY GERMAN Sc RUSSIAN STUDI ES HISTORY 
OURNALISM MANAGEMENT MATH MUSIC PHILOSOPHY PHYSICS^ 
NGINEERING PHYSICAL EDUCATION POLITICS PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC 
PEAKING ROMANCE LANGUAGES RELIGION THEATRE 



153 



WASHINGTON AND LEE 

UNIVERSITY 

Lexington, Virginia 24450-0303 




Office of the President 
(540) 463-8700 



Dear Members of the Washington and Lee Student Body: 

The four years spent at Washington and Lee are as fleeting as any period in your life. It seems 
that no sooner have you adjusted to the excitement of the opening months of your freshman year 
than thoughts are upon you three years later about what is to follow graduation in the spring. 
Life races by in these four years because, in large measure, they are filled with novel and exciting, 
experiences: academic challenges, social events, athletic competition, travel abroad, an array of | 
residential experiences ranging from Graham-Lees to a farm house in the county, responsibilities 
in student government and other student organizations, service projects, making friends to last a 
lifetime, etc. Washington and Lee is all this and at another level it is growing up and discovering 
yourself, the person you are to be for a lifetime. No wonder we never forget these years. 

The Calyx preserves these memories. As you join the rank of 19,000 alumni and alumnae, and aj 
the decades begin to pass, these memories will be forever embroidered upon the pages of this 
book. When you look through it years from now in solitude or with old friends and family, it 
will sharpen your happy memories of life on this exquisite campus, in Lexington and the county 
and all the many and varied experiences which together constitute the W&L experience. 

Enjoy this book over the years, and let it be a constant reminder of the glories of your life at 
Washington and Lee. 



Sincerely, 




John W. Elrod 
President 



154 President's Address 



John W. Etrod 




PRESIDENT 
WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY 



President's Address 155 



THOMAS 

LITZENBUR6 

Director of Reei/es Center 



BRIAN SHAW 

Director of 

Communications and 

Public Relations 



Accounting 

DAVID WIEST, KEVIN GREEN ^ LYN WHEELER 







Historic 

(SEATED) JENNIFER ASHWORTH, LAMAR CECIL, ROBERT MCAHERN, BARRY MACHADO , 
(STANDING) HOLT MERCHANT, ROGER JEANS, MARSHALL JARRETT, RICHARD BIDLACK, 
ROBERTA SENECHAL, AARON HABERMAN, DAVE FUTCH. DAVID PARKER & TH EODORE | 

DELANEY 



156 Faculty 



Art 

LANCDON 

QUIN, 

LARRY STENE, 

JOAN OMARA6. 

PAMELA 

SIMPSON 




Religion 

WINIFRED SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY LUBIN, ALEXANDRA 
BROWN, WINSTON DAVIS 6« RICHARD MARKS 



(XROL CALKINS 

(ordinator, Un'n/ersiti) Center 



Faculn-- 1 5' 



Romance Languages 

JEFF BARNETT, JIM 

WILLIAMS, DOMINICA 

RADULESCU, 

A. C. FRALIN, KATHY 

KOBERSTEIN, RUSSELL 

KNUDSON, FRANCOISE 

FRE6NAC-CLAVE, 6WYN 

CAMPBELL, ELLEN 

MAYOCK&JOHN 

LAMBETH 




Chemistrg 

J. BROWN 60EHRIN6, ERICH UFFLEMAN, MICHELE 

DAVIS, LISA ALTY, MICHAEL PLEVA, MARCIA 

FRANCE 6. STEVEN DESJARDINS 



DR. JAMES WORTI 
Unii/ersittf Counts^ 



158 Faculty 



Psychology 

(left) 

JEANINE 

STEWART, 

NANCY 

MARGAND, 

THATCHER, 

LEONARD 

JARRARD, TYLER 

LORIG S. DAVID 

ELMES 

Philosophy 

(below) 

JACK WILSON, 

LAD SESSIONS, 

HARRISON 

PEMBERTON &? 




'WEN BARKER 

Indent Actii/ities Coordinator 



Faculty 159 



Managemen 

PHILIP KLINE, AJ. HOLIDAY, JOHN DEVOGHT, R06ER DEAN, KIPLING PIRKL 




East Asian Studies 

FRONT ROW: MOLLY, ANN ROGERS, TOMOKO 
HISANO, SHIN SHIN FU. BACK ROW: KEN'ICHI UJIE &< 

HAROLD HILL 



Theaii 

TOM ANDERSON, JOSEPH MARTINEZ, TOM ZEIGL^ 

(ON MAGAZINE), GARY HUMISTON, AL GORDCl, 

MADELYN MILLER, LOUISE UFFLEMAN S. MiE 

GORM/"! 



160 Faculty- 



^assies 

ARIO PELLICCIARO ^ HERMAN TAYLOR 



Geology 

BOBTHREN, DAVID HARBOR, ELIZABETH KNAPP, ED 
SPENCER, DEBORAH HUBBARD 




'jwputer Science 

AM VEMEER, SYLVIA SMITH, KEN LAMBERT S< TOM WHALEY 



Faculn/ 161 



Bookstor 

FRANNIE RHODENIZER, TID6E ROLLER, JAMIE MOORI 
JACKIE DAVIS, SUSAN LA RUE, BRENDA REES 




Thomas Litzenbm 

REEVES CENTER CO-ORDINATC 



162 Faculty 



:R0NT: EDUARDO VELASQUEZ, MARSHALL ZERENGUE, WILLIAM CONNELLY, KENNETH RUSCIO 
i5ACK: MARK RUSH, JOHN HANDELMAN, BOB STRONG, ANDREW GRANT THOMAS &. LEW JOHN 




En^dsh 

FRONT: EDWARD ADAMS, ? BACK: JIM WARREN, 
HEATHER MILLER, SUZANNE KEEN, MARC 
CONNER, GARY SMOUT 6k JOHN EVANS 



•'uitdings & Grounds 

RONT: ALICE SMILEY, REBECCA CHITTUM, LINDA 
.GNER. BACK: MARK FONTENAU, SCOTT BEEBE S. 
ANDOLPH HAIR 



Faculn- 163 



Journatisi , 

JOHN JENNINGS, RON MACDONALD, BOB DEMARIA, LLOYD DOBYn]' 

HAMPDEN SMITll: 




Economics 

FRONT: LINDA HOOKS, MICHAEL ANDERSON. MIDDLE: A.J. 

HOLIDAY, LARRY PEPPERS, JOHN WINFREY. BACK: BRUCE 

HERRICK, CARL KAISER S< CHUCK PHILLIPS 



Pubtic Sffcakitii 

HAL RYAf 



164 Faculty 



\ams Hotchkiss 

;CRETARY OF THE UNIVERSITY 





bininq Ha(( 



ALPHABETICAL ORDER 
CHRISTINA BENNICTON, DWICHT BITZ, 
JOHN BOWSER, FRANCES BROWN, SHAWN 
BROWN, PAM CLARK, ROY CLARK, DANIELLE 
COFFEY, SHARON COFFEY, DORA COLEMAN, 
LINDA COOPER, FAIL DIXON, ROMERO 
DUNN, JAMIE FLOYD, MARY HAWKINS, 
BOBBY HENDERSON, NADINE HICCINS, 
CAROL HOSTETTER, KELLY JONES, DAVE 
KESSLER, RENA LAWSON, DEANNA MEADE, 
VERA MERCHANT, WANDA MCDANIEL, DEE 
MIRIELLO, BARBARA MOLLICA, MICHAEL 
MOORE, PATTY OWENS, CHEF PEARCE, 
WESLEY ROBERTS, BRIAN ROGERS, RODNEY 
ROGERS, BRENDA ST. CLAIR, PETE SWEET, 
SUSAN WACER, CHARLIE WARE, RODNEY 
WATTS, ERIC WHEELER 6- MELISSA WOODING 



weer Dei^etopment & Placement 

MY HITLIN, SUZANNE WADE, BEVERLY LORIG 6< AMY HARTZELL 



Faculn^ 165 



Librarif 



FRONT: BETSY BRITTIGAN, CAROL 

BLAIR, DICK GREFE, LISA 

MCCROWN. MIDDLE; ANNETTE 

JOHN, AUDREY HAWKINS, 

WANDA SWARTZ, TONY 

MURRAY, CHARLIE HITLIN, 

EMILY HICCINS, YOLANDA 

WARREN, MARYLYN BRITTIGAN. 

BACK: BARBARA BROWN, ELAINE 

MEARSM WENDY RICHARDS, 

HUGH BLACKMER, VAUCHAN 

STANLEY, DAVE BADERTSCHER, 

iO ANN WILSON, JOHN 

TOMBARCE, CAROLE BAILER, 

CINDY MORTON &< TERRY 

FORQUER 





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■Mlo«f ||«Wwll«f 

>««iiixafi»tts y( 



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Math 

THOMAS VINSON, PAUL BOURDON, ROBERT JOHNSON, 
MICHAEL EVANS, SYLVIA SMITH, DOUGLAS SZAJDA 6< 

WAYNE DYMACEK 




Student Health Centt\ 

FRONT: BETTY JOHNSTONE, BERNADETTE CREW 

R.N. BACK: DR. JANE HORTON, DR. DAVI 1 

COPELAND 6< JAN ASBURY, R.h 



166 Faculty 



'hi^sical Education 



lORRIS ALDRID6E, R. CRAIG APPLEBY, CHARLEATA BEALE, 
;HRISTPOHER BUDVITIS, VERNE CANFIELD, RICHARD 
;ERONE, J. CAVIN COLLITON, PATRICIA COLLITON, KRISTEN 
JOUPER, TERRI DADIO, KAREN EMREY, GARY FRANKE, 
LIZABETH GRAHAM, JANINE HATHORN, JOELLEN 
lAYNES, KIKI JACOBS, JERRY JUSIANIEC, BRIAN LOGUE, 
3SEPH LYLES, CAROLYNE MAYO, FRANK MIRIELLO, ANN 
\OHLER, KEVIN MOORE, CHUCK OCONNELL, JAMES 
HEMISTER, ROLF PIRANIAN, CINDA RANKIN, A. PAGE 
lEMILLARD, BRYAN SNYDER, JAMES STAGNITTA, M. 
iFFRIES STICKLEY, LARS TIFFANY, JOHN TUCKER, JILL 
TALKER & MICHAEL WALSH 




%ifsics and Engineering 

(ENNETH VAN NESS, JAMES DONAGHY, RONALD REESE £. BARLOW 
slEWBOLT 



Faculn/ 167 



Registrar's Offic> 

(FRONT) JEANNETTE JARVIS, KAREN PLOGGER, DONN/ 
HALL (BACK) SCOTT DITTMAN, LEAH ROBINSON 6< MELISS/ 

GlBSOh 




German & Russia 

ROBERT YOUNGBLOOD, GRETA MCCAUGHRIN, LISA DUNLAP, ANN/ 

BRODSKY6. DAVID DICKEN 
(NOT PICTURED) ROGER CROCKETT ^ KIRK FOLL( 



168 Faculry 



ARRY BROOMALL 
nWersitif Treasurer 



Antfiroffolo^if & Sociology 

JOHN MCDANIEL, KRZYSZTOF JASIEWICZ S. DAVID 
NOVACK 




dmissions Office 

EAN WILLIAM HARTOG, JAMIE TURNER, KELLY KOPCIAL, JULIA 
OZAK, NIKKI MAGAZINER, MARYANNA PHIPPS 6. DAN MURPHY 



FacLiln' 1 6y 



Business Offict 

(FRONT) DIANE JOHNSON, MARTHA ROWSEY, DOLLY CASH, MELISS/ 
SOUTHERS (BACK) KRISTEL CLARK, DEBORAH CAYLOR, JANE STOKES, SU 

BRYANTS. DON HOL" 




iiriiiii 



Bioto^ 

THERESA HANLON, JOHN HUFNACEL, LARRY HURD, MARYANN 
SIMURDA, DARCY RUSSELL, TOM NYE, HELEN I'ANSON S< JOHN KNO' 



170 Faculty 















ri'^n 







J " 







Securiti^ 



(SEATED) RUTH STEWART, SHANNON STILTNER, LORRAINE DEFINO, DAWN RILEY 

(STANDING) STEVE TOMLINSON, FRED RYAN, AL TKACIK, JOE PELTER, THOMAS BANE, FRED 

COFFEY, MELVIN DAVIS, TONY STINNETT, LARRY STUART, RODNEY EARLY, SCOTT ROWE S< 

MICHAEL YOUNG 



Faculrv' 




Anece F. McCloud 

Associate Dean of Students 



Anne C. Shroer-Lamont Leroy "Buddy" Atkins 

Associate Dean of Students Associate Dean of Students & Greek Affairs 




Dennis G. Manning 

Dean of Freshmen & Residence Life 



Larry C. Peppers 

Dean of the Commerce School 




Kenneth P. Ruscio 

Associate Dean of the Commerce School 



172 Faculty 



William M. Hartog, III 

Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid 



Baatd 




Trustees 





Frank J. Surface, Jr. 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Rector of the Board 






John W. Elrod 
Michael D. Armstrong Lexington, Virginia 

Atlanta, Georgia President of the University 




J. Hardin Marion 

Baltimore, Maryland 


DuBose Ausley 

TallaJiassee, Florida 


1 


1 


i 


J. Stephen Marks 

Houston, Texas 


Edward L. Bishop III 

New York City, New York 


J 






Donald B. McFall 

Housto)!, Texas 


William P. Boardman 

Columbus, Ohio 


A 


i "^vN 




Philip W. Norwood 

Charlotte, North Carolina 


Thomas H. Broadus, Jr. 

Baltimore, Man/land A 




V i 


V. 


John W. Robinson IV 

Tampa Florida 


Gray Castle ^^ 

Lexington, Virginia 1 


m 


B 


\ 


Thomas R. Sheperd 

Boston , Massaeh usetts 


Waller T. Dudley 

MeLean, Virginia 


^M 


»^^H 


H 


,*A 


Burton B. Staniar 

New York City, New York 


John R. Farmer 

London, Englaiui j 


1 


1 


& 




Warren A. Stephens 

Little Rock, Arkansas 


Vernon Holleman ^^^^ 

Chevy Chase, Maryland ^^^^H 


^P 


H 




Margaret J. Steuart 

Chevy Chase, Man/land 


Samuel B. Hollis ^^^| 

Memphis, Tennessee ^H^H 

Rupert H. Johnson, Jr. H^| 

San Mateo, California ^Bl^l 

William R. Johnston Hlfl 

New York City, Neiu York ^^^^M 




1 


1 


Suzanne F. Thomas 

Alexa ndria , Virgin ia 

Matthew G. Thompson 

Richmond, Virginia 

Glenn O. Thornhill, Jr. 

Salem, Virgiina 


H. F. Lenfest ^^H 




^B 




M. Theodore Van Leer 

Jersey City, New jersey 


Oaks, Peinisi/lvania 


Pamela J. White 

Baltimore, Manfhvid 














Faculrv' 1 73 



omatftizatiom 



174 



STUDENT GOVERNANCE MUSIC THEATRE 

SERVICE SOCIAL POLITICAL RELIGIOUS 

PUBLICATIONS ACADEMIC PEER EDUCATION 



175 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



Student Members-irt-Course 



JONATHAN REGAN DOHERTY 

JULIANA SHAND EDMUNDS 

CHARITY LYNN FORSTMANN 

JILL LISA HERMAN 

JOSHUA DAVID HESLINGA . 

GREGORY SCOT KEES 

WILLIAM THOMAS LOWRANGE 

TARA EILEEN PATTERSON 
CELESTE ELIZABETH RASMUSSEN 



JACOB OGILVIE SEWELL 

ANNE CARTER SHAW 

SARAH ELIZABETH SWISHER 

JOHN JOSEPH THRALL 

SCOTT MORGAN WEIN 
SUNDA DENISE WELLS 

BRIAN JOSHUA WHITE 
LAUREN LEE WILLSON 



NeWti^ Elected Members 



From the Graduated Class of 1997 

MEGAN LENNIE FLOHR 

JENNIFER ANN GRANT 

KELLY KATHLEEN NARO 

PAUL DANIEL SABOE 

SARAH ELDRIDGE SIMS WOOD 

From the Class of 1998 

JACK RICHARD BEBEE 
CHRISTIANA PETRA CALLAHAN 

ANURAG MUNZI CHANDRA 

AUBREY REED CAVETTE DEUPREE 

WILLIAM REED FENDLEY 

ALLISON FAIRBANKS FREY 

MARISA LINDA FROST 

NATALIA MARIA GARCIA 

TADZIA JEAN GRANDPRE 

CHARLES MINER HARRELL, JR 

BRIAN JOHN HOOPER 

TARYN G. KIEKOW 

JOHN DAVID KRITSER 

MARY JOSEPHINE MAHONEY 

JULIE ANNE MARKHAM 

OMAR MONEIM 

WILLIAM EDWARD OLSON 

STACY MELISSA PATTON 

VICTORIA BORISLAVOVA PAVLOVA 

WILLIAM RUEGER POYNTER 

NICOLE MARIE RICHARD 



ERIN THERESA ROSENCRANS 

ROBERT THOMASON RUSSELL 

ROBIN DANIELLE SEATON 

JASON PAUL SORENS 

RICHARD DUNNING WALTER 

CINDY JUDITH YOUNG 

From the Class of 1999 
(u/ith Senior Standing) 

MARIUM GRACE HOLLAND 

From the Class of 1999 

JOSEPH MICHAEL BESTIC 

MINTON TRUITT COOPER 

LILIAN HALLETT DAVIS 

NATALIA DOROFEEVA 

KERI ANNE DUNPHY 

PAMELA GRAY HERBERT 

ANTHONY CHARLES DVARSKAS 

SARA ANNE MCCRONE 

ANNE ELIZABETH MCELHANEY 

MARGARET HOUSTON MCGREGOR 

CATHERINE BARRY QUINN 

ELIZABETH ANNE RODD 

CARL EDWARD SCHULZE 

RICHARD ADAM STORCH 

JENNIFER MARIE VALLIDIS 

STEPHANIE RIPLEY WOLFE 



176 Organizations 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



Current Student Members 



Class of 1999 



ALISON WELLS BEARD 

BYRON BERNARD BURNS III 

JASON WHITTCALLEN 

ANURAG MUNZNI CHANDRA 

TIMOTHY FRANCIS XAVIER CLEARY 

MICHEAL COLIN CONNOLLY 

KENDALL LEE CRUICKSHANKS 

JONATHAN RECAN DOHERTY 

NOAH MICHAEL ECORIN 

TODD WILLIAM ELLINCSON 

DAVID DENNIS FOSTER 

NATALIA MARIA GARCIA 

MATTHEW MICHAEL GRAVES 

CATHERINE DENISE HADDOCK 

Class of 1999 

MARK WESLEY ARMSTRONG 

NATALIA DOROFEEVA 

DAVID ANDREW LEHMAN 

DAVID EDWARD SUGERMAN 



JOSHUA DAVID HESLINGA 

LEE EDWARD HUNT 

WILLIAM THOMAS LOWRANCE 

MARY JOSEPHINE MAHONEY 

GLENN FREDERICK MILLER 

STEFAN MATTHEW NEUMEISTER 

MARY TAYLOR NEW 

MATTHEW EMMETT O'BRIEN 

WILLIAM EDWARD OLSON 

CELESTE ELIZABETH RASMUSSEN 

ANNE CARTER SHAW 

ZACHARY TAYLOR SHULTZ 

LORRAINE MARIE TAURASSI 

HOLLY APRIL THOMSEN 

JOHN JOSEPH THRALL 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



FR 



RITTANY ANNE AHLSTROM 
OBERT RENTON BALDWIN 
AYLOR BEAUPAIN 
HANNON ELIZABETH BELL 
UZANNE MIRIAM BLUM 
\MES ANDREW BROWNE 
RIN ASHLEY BUCK 
DRDAN BULGER 
OLLEEN RUTH CALVEY 
DSHUA EBEN CARPENTER 
DHN BRANDON CHALK 
ANCE V. CLACK 
DWARD CANTEY CLARKSON 
MCHELE KIM CONNORS 
EBECCA RENEE CUNY 
>AVID JASON DAMIANI 
EE PATRICE DUNHAM 
HRISTOPHER CHARLES DYSON 
EAN CRAIG EDDY 



ESHMAN HONOR SOC 
fall Term 1997 Initiates 

LORA MASON ELLISON 
BRIAN JEFFREY EUTERMOSER 
JENNIFER CAROL FISHER 
RILEY ERICKSON GREENE 
WARREN ELIOT HEDGES 
ROBERT LEWIS HENDRICKS, JR 
STEPHEN DAY HOPKINS, JR 
CAROLYN ELIZABETH HUDSON 
SULA BEATRICE JACOBS 
MARY VIRGINIA JERNIGAN 
CHRISTOPHER PATRICK JOHNSON 
CYNTHIA ANN JOHNSON 
AMY CATHRYN KANE 
WILLIAM ALEXANDER KANNER 
JILL ELIZABETH KOSCH 
EDWARD JASON MAHON 
STEPHANIE ANN MCKNIGHT 
ANSLEY CARNOCHAN MILLER 



lETY 



MATTHEW THOMAS MILLS 
JASON ALLYN NICHOLS 
ROSHNI MONA NIRODY 
JENNIFER PINYAN 
HEATHER MELCHER REID 
NANCY LEANNE REINHART 
LEAH CAMILLE SCHAEFER 
TIMOTHY NORMAN SHOWALTER 
ASHLEY ELIZABETH SHREVES 
SUSAN NEISLER SMITH 
STEVEN CHARLES STRAUB 
KHANH DON NHAT VO 
MEREDITH LYNN WELCH 
EMILIE BETH WEISNER 
MARY ELIZABETH WINFREY 
COURTNEY CATHERINE YEVICH 
JOHN PHILIP ZIMMER 



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W&L FILM SOCIETY/ 
offers students a chance to see films 

at W&L's Iroubador Theatre 

throughout the i^ear. films include 

current blockbusters as Welt as 

foreign and independent films. 

WILLIAM KANNER, DICK 6REFE, 

WILL CAIN, MARISA FROST, 

CHRISTINE WONG, MEREDITH 

WELCH 6. SELAN6A RANAWAKA 

(NOT PICTURED) ISIS KIRBY- 

OCONNELL 



XI PI Kl SOCIETl/ 

offers an alternatit/e to sororties to u/omen. Members are 
in(/oli/ed in a number of different campus actii/ities, includ 
inq publications, service organizations and academic socie 



178 Organizations 



(FRONT) CHRISTINE GARNAVISH, MILAGROS DALY, 
ROBIN SEATON, JENNIFER QUAIL (BACK) TARAH \ 
GRANT, JENNIFER MENDOCHA, ANDREA EWING, j 
NADIYAH HOWARD &< BECCA HARRIS | 



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COmACT 

is a non-partisan, aK-student committee that iVorks to 

bring prominent speakers to campus in et/ents that are 

both educational and entertaining. 

(FRONT) JASON HAHN, SEAN MC MANUS, ROSHNI 

NIRODY (MIDDLE) ANDREW CURRY, ROY BURNS, 

BRIAN HOOPER, ERIC REUTHER (BACK) JAMES 

VOLLBRECHT, HANS YAO, JOSHUA HESLINGA, 

BRYAN BERRY 



The INJERNAIWNAL CLUB 

is a group of both foreign and American students 

dedicated to learning and teaching 
about international issues and multiculturalism 

(FRONT) AARON MCCULLOU6H, TACQUELLE 

HEADLEY, BRAYN WHEELER, KATHY DUSSE, DIANA 

VAAMONDE-MARTIN, SCOTT BOOKWALTER, 

JEFFREY JAMES (MIDDLE) DAWN HEWITT, WILL 

KANNER, ROMY ROSENBAUM, CAVELLE 

JOHNSTON, JAMIE KALISTA (BACK) BILL 

OVERBAU6H, POLLY DOI6, SONJA HALL, ESTER 

PADOS, ANDREW SEO, KEITH HABER, MAXIM 

IVANKOV, S< NILE GENTRY 




Organizations 179 



FRIDAl/S! 

is a committee that offers students an 

atternatiUe to coni/entionat fraternity 

parties. FRIbAyS! sponsors ei^ents 

ranging from mo(/ies to Bands to 

interactii^e murder mifsteries. 

SHELLI HENDERSON, LEAH HALL, 

TADZIA 6RANDPRE, MARGARET 

RICH S.OWEN BARKER, JR. 





The Outing Cluh 

offers students, faculty, and staff a Variety of outdoor activities and classes. \ 

TOP: JUSTIN STOCKDALE, RENA THIAGARAJAN, RACHEL BARLOW, NICK TATAR, ADAM ! 

YABLINSKI, CHRISTINE WONC, BRIAN WHITE, LIZ O'BYRNE, DAVID WILKENS, CATHY MOORE, 

SARA AIMAN, CREC BANK, LEONARD RORRER, STEPHANIE MILLER, JEFF CAMBELL, RETT STOOK, 

KIRK FOLLO. MIDDLE: JASON MILLER, VIRGINIA BRUMBY, KATIE HUDSON, JULIET BERRY, RUTH 

CALDWELL, ANNA REGENSTEIN, BRIAN BERRY, HOLLY THOMPSEN, RAMEY HARRIS. BOTTOM: 

AMY FRAZIER, EMILY WIESNER, TIM KOSS, ERIKA BAHN, LAUREN IVANICK L LISA BRENNAN 



180 Organizations 





The Executi(/e Committee of the Student Bodi^ 

Responsible for administering the Honor Sifstem and 
superUisinq nearly ad student-related campus actii/ities. 

PRESIDENT: KEVIN BATTEH 
VICE-PRESIDENT: CHRIS BALDWIN 
SECRETARY: TAYLOR SCHULTZ 
REPRESENTATIVES: SCOTT DEMARTINO, 
BETH FORMIDONI, JAMES HASLAM, JENNI- 
FER JACKSON, TYLER JORCENSEN, MARTHA 
KIECKHEFER, WILL LOWRANCE, ERIN 
MCCRAIN, GLENN MILLER 6. MIKE WEBB 



THE SOCmy FOR CREATIVE ANACHRONISM 

studies and recreates pre- 1 7th century Europe and Asia, 
specifically from ItOO Ab to 1600 AD. 

ARRETT BLASCHKE, SCOTT SILVERS, TARA PATTERSON, 

ANDREA EWIN6, BRYANT ADAMS, MILAGROS DALY, 

BETTY ALKIRE &< J. DUNCAN 



Ore;anizations 181 



The Trident 

is an independent, general 

interest neu/spaper published 

u/eekly bif a student staff. 

FRONT: RAUAH 

YARBOROUGH, 

KATHERINE WHEELOCK, 

AMY FRAZIER, 

CATHERINE PRICE, AMY 

KANE. BACK:EDMAHON 

6. JEREMY KNEZEK 




The Student Acti(/ity Board 

brings entertainers to campus for students' 

enjot^ment. Some of their more popular e(/ents 

include hi^pnotists and comedians. SAB is 

responsible for lining up hands for 

Homecoming and FD. 



182 Organizations 



/?£ Belles 

perform at hatftitne at Various sporting ei/ents as u/el( as spring 

term cookouts sponsored bi^ the O-Hatt. 




College Libertarians 
support the adi/ancement of libertarian 
ideas and policies in general and the 
candidates and aims of the Libertarian 
parti/ u/hen possible. 



Organizations 183 



Minority Student Association 

affords minoritif strudents at Washington and Lee a forum 

to express their concerns and promote cultural 

au/areness on campus. 




Student Judicial Counci 

Ini^esti^ates and acts upon complaints of altered studen 

misconduct except for dishonorable acts that ini^oliJe th 

general categories of lifinq, cheating, stealing, other breache 

of trust, or sexual misconduct 



184 Organizations 




The Riding Team 

offers students a chance to compete against other 

college teams. 

WENDY KIMBLE, CHRISTINE HIGGINS, 
STACY PARIS, CHRISTINE STARER ^ SARAH 
RECTOR 



Not Pictured 



Ring-Turn Phi 
another student neu'spaper that's been part of the 
ashington and Lee tradition for oi/er a hundred years. 

COURTNEY MILLER, JASON ZACHER, 

KATHRYN MAYURNIK, ANDREA EWIN6, 

VILL HARDIE, HEATHER MCDONALD, LIZ 

DETTER, TARAH GRANT, FRANCES 
GROBERC, JOHN STEWART, POLLY DOIG, 
lOLLISTER HOVEY, TOM WADLOW, MATT 
CRAIG ^ STEVEN KLOTZ 



The Cat^K 

Washington and Lee's undergraduate gear- 

boo ft, established in 1895. 

STEVE HOPKINS, KATIE GIARD, 
NEAL KOHL, BLAKE LOVELACE, 
LAUREN LAFAUCI, KIMBERLY 
TUCKER, ALEXIS YEE-GARCIA, DOR- 
OTHY YUAN, MEGAN SCHWARZ, 
RACHEL GODDU, SULA JACOBS, 
AMY KANE, KRISTEN CROWLEY, 
SYBIL PRINCE 



The Publications Board 

is composed of the editors of the Calyx, King- 
Turn Phi, Ariel, Arete, the Political ReVieu^ and 
the Journal of Science. 

STEVE HOPKINS, KATIE GIARD, NEAL 
KOHL, BLAKE LOVELACE, JASON 

ZACHER, COURTNEY MILLER, KATIE 

MOORE, JOHN THRALL 6. JOHN 

HARPER 



Organizations 18S 



Alpha Epsitan Delta 

a pre-med honor society 

SHANNON ELIZABETH BELL 

CHRISTOPHER JOHN BRADSHAW 

JAMES ANDREW BROWNE 

DEIRDRE ROSE COYLE 

KERI ANNE DUNPHY 

MICHAEL JAMES GILCHRIST 

RILEY ERICKSON CREENE 

CHRISTOPHER EDWARD HARTZIS 

DANIEL JOSEPH HAYES, JR. 

JESSICA SUSAN HELMS 

WESLEY ALDEN HOKE 

CHRISTOPHER PATRICK JOHNSON 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER KANNER 

ELLEN SUE KLENK 

SCOTT DOUGLAS JAMES MCKELVEY 

ANSLEY CARNOCHAN MILLER 

MEREDITH ANNE MLYNAR 

JESSICA RAY MORTON 

MATTHEW SEAMUS PATRICK 

ASHLEY ELIZABETH SHREVES 

TIMOTHY NORMAN SHOWALTER 

NEIL EDWARD SLATTERY 

SUSAN NEISLER SMITH 

THOMAS CHRISTOPHER STOVER 

CLAUDIA BLAIR STOWE 

DIANA MARIA VAAMON DE-MART IN 

JENNIFER MARIE VALLIDIS 

KHANH DON NHATVO 

JAMES TURNER VOSSELLER 

MICHAEL JUSTIN WAGONER 

MATTHEW LEE WOTIZ 

1 86 Organizations 



Pi Si^ma Alpha 

a politics honor societi^ 

ALICE COCKRUM 

KATHLEEN A. DICKERSON 

MACIEJ B. GOLUBIEWSKI 

JASON HAHN 

AMANDO J. STALLARD 

LAUREN WILLSON 

Pi Mu Epsiton 

a mathematics honor societi/ 

RYAN J. BEAMAN 

J. BRANDON CHALK 

ANURAG M. CHANDRA 

NOAH M. ECORIN 

BRIAN J. EUTERMOSER 

REBECCA H. FITZSIMMONS 

JOHN P. HILLS 

DANA C. HOOD 

MARGARET P. RICH 

EMILIE B. WIESNER 

ANDREA S. WISE 



Organizations 18' 



Beta Gamma Siqma 

a business honor society^ 

SCOTT J. BABKA 

A. REED DEUPREE 

NATAILA DOROFEEVA 

ANDREW T. FULLAM 

ERIK R. HOLBROOK 

JOHN D. KRITSER 

DAVID A. LEHMAN 

MARY J. MAHONEY 

VICTORIA B. PAVLOVA 

CLARK R. SHIELDS 

Omicron Delta Epsilon 

an economics honor societi/ 

PHILIPPE BARRETJR. 

JONATHAN S. BAYER 

JAKE E. BLUMENTHAL 

ALAN R. CUTHBERTSON 

MACIEJ B. COLUBIEWSKI 

TYLER C. HARINC 

ALYSSA R. KAUFMAN 

CAROLYN A. LEE 

MARGARET H. MCCRECOR 

GLENN F. MILLER 

ERIN T. ROSENCRANS 

ERIC D. REUTHER 

JUSTIN RIEDELL 

JASON P. SORENS 

JAMES T.VOLLBRECHT 



188 Organizations 




Lexington Life 189 





190 Lexington Life 



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192 



BETATHETAPI KAPPA ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA TH ETA KAPPA DELTA 
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA KAPPA SIGMA LAMBDA GH I ALPHA PI BETA 
PHI PI KAPPA ALPHA PI KAPPA PHI SIGMA ALPHA EPSI LON SIGMA 
CHI SIGMANU SIGMAPHI EPSILON PH I DELTATH ETA PHIGAMMA 
DELTA PHI KAPPA ALPHA PHIKAPPAPSI GHIPSI GHIOMEGA 



193 




Beta Theta Pi 

Alpha Rho Chapter 
Established 1856 




AFTER RESTING THEIR NUTS FROM CHRISTMAS WEEKEND '96, THE DRAGONS RECAPTURED THEIR FLOWING MANHOOD Iki 
'97/98. LETS FACE IT.THEW&L SOCIAL SCENE WOULD SUCK WITHOUT BETA. WHILE BEER AND ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOR FLOWEI 
THE FRESHMAN WERE WOWED BYOUR INCREDIBLE "BETA IS COOL" HOMECOMING BANNER ANDTHE SIZE OF OUR SACKS. OU I 
OF THE FLAMING BELLY OF THE BEAST BURST FOURTEEN CHILDREN FORGED INTO MEN. THE B'S MOVED SOCIAL SCENE OU 
TO THE COUNTRY, AS WE DID OUR BE5TTO DE5TROYTHE POLE HOUSE. HOUSE PARTIES WERE JUST AS DEBAUCHED AS EVE 
A BLIZZARD HIT AS BETA CHRISTMAS WEEKEND COMMENCED, AND THE SENIORS WROTE SOME OF THE MOST UNFUNN 
SENIOR PREDICTIONS IN BETA HISTORY. THIS YEAR ALSO SAWTHE RETURN OF THE MOST HALLOWED OF BETATRADITION 
THE ORIGINAL JUNGLE PARTY. TO QUOTE DR. MINTZ, "IT LOOKED LIKE A F—ING JUNGLE." THE ENTIRE HOUSE GOT WOO 
WHEN LAX FINALLY STARTED. BROTHER FALLACE AND BROTHER BRA CAPTAINEDTHETEAMTOTHE SECOND ROUNDOFTh 
NCAAS. SPRING TERM MARKED THE RETURN OF THE WORLD RENOWNED DIAMOND DAVE '99, WHO STARTED THE SHO\ 
ALL OVER AGAIN. SHOCKED BY THE UNSEASONABLY COLD WEATHER, THE ALUMNI WERE PLEASED TO FIND THE B'S STII 
PARTYING TILL DAWN. THE DRAGONS WILL MISS FALLACES 18 YR. OLD GIRLFRIEND, STANLEYS "BIG BRA ON CAMPL \ 
ATTITUDE", MALCOLM/HO LB ROOKS WAY WITH WORDS, KASEYS WAY WITH WOMEN, DEMO'S NEW ATTITUDE, BEACHJI 
ENERGY, NOAHS EFFORT, AND GORDO'S FLOWING LOCKS, AND SCHULTZ'S SIXTH YEAR. OVERALL, IT WAS A FRATASTIC YEA 
FOR THE B LODGE. THE BETA'S WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND THEIR CONDOLENCES TO JOSEPHINE AND FAMILY. ROGER WILL E 
MISSED. 

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GREEKS 195 




Chi Psi 

Alpha Omecrion Delta 

Established 1977 



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ANTHONY ALLEN, JOE BARAKAT, CHIP BARTON, JEREMY B066$, BOB BUECHLER, ED CLARKSON 
JORDAN COYLE, JOSH DAVIS, JOHN DEVINE, NATHAN DUNN, EDOUARD DE GALBERT, RA^ 
GEISLER, TYLER GREEN, ADAMS GREENWOOD-ERICKSEN, CHRIS HATZIS, FRED HEISER, R0[ 
HENDRICKS, JOHN HILLS, STEVE HOPKINS, CH RISTOPH KEMNADE, JEREMY KNEZEK, REED KUHN 
ZACH LEE, RYAN MARKISH, JAMES MCCLIGGOTT, WARREN MEEHAN, DEREK MINSHEW, PAH 
MITCH ELL, CHRISN I ELSEN,MATTOBRION,NEELYRUSSEL, ALEX STILES,TOM STOVER, J.C.WALDRON 
JOHN WELFORD, RON WILLIAMS, PAT WILLIAMSON, BARRETT WITKINS, RUSS WODDY, SCOT! 
ZIMMERLY, TIM ZINK 




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this year sawthe best and 
the worst that omicron delta 
has to offer, from throwing 
some of the craziest and wet- 
test parties on ampus, to 
throwing eggs. 

having shot last years kids 
into the job market, we at- 
tempted to overcome their 
•loss through the only means 
possible~the staircase, 
thropper, the spaniard, and 
the fat -kid made this transi- 
tion easy though, returning 
to lex every chance they got. 
even without the influence 
of stellar alumni, we contin- 
ued the tradition of 
•frattiness, upping it to a level 
never before witnessed atthe 
lodge. under the fearless -guid- 
ance of woody and throp jr., 
the lodgers survived the year 
relatively unscathed but -reel- 
ing in probation. although 
intact, we are all now dumber for having listened to them, 
fighting gravity once again joined us for homecoming before bidding goodbye to -wu for 
he year, and d-wayne continued his reign as the late©night king atthe lodge. the first annual 
aargaritaville mixer with chi-o was a resounding success with key west, a big fish, and a nearly 
ethal runaway ice luge. no one can remember christmas weekend. except maybe yach. 

the great omicron delta flood of '98 shut down the breakfast club early after "some jackass" 
ulled down the emergency sprinkler pipe while crowd surfing. the standing water and electrocu- 
lon scare failed to put a damper on chi psichotic, however, and d-wayne and the ernies took over 
o close outthe weekend. and no, it wasnt -sewage. honest. 

fd'98, rockbones eighth in a row, begged us to swing as gillman acquired a date atthe ball 
/vhomthe happy hippie later entertained on the pooltable), andthe penguin donned j. edgar 
^oover attire while baaba seth rocked on the lawn. bus stop, and their rendition of vanilla ice, 
illed in nicely for the mia uncle mingo at night. 

in the spring, we enjoyed our mixer with kappa delta to the tunes of waylon jennings and 
he ambiance of the dukes of hazzard. alumni weekend once again brought back those never 
orgotten and a stirring tribute to chris main "94 by his father -and classmates. we, as well as the 
-est of w^l, will miss you, chris. 

this year also marked the second installment of winter rush, and our always stellar rush 
fforts led to nine solid guys. we later welcomed into our bonds such exemplary men as zub, chop- 
'er, and chemo. welcome to the circus. 

but now we must say goodbye to the graduating seniors©® all seven of them-as they ven- 
ture into the real world. many will be cast into the jobmarket, one will be missing his jim beam in 
thiopia, and another will continue his streaky successes in japan. all will be missed. 
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Kappa Alpha 

Alpha Chapter 
Established 1865 




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Kappa Sigma 

^ Mu Cnapter 
Established 1873 




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GREEKS 201 




Lambda Chi Alpha 

Gamma Phi Chapter 
Established 1922 




202 GREEKS 




GREEKS 203 




Phi Delta Theta 

Virginia Zeta 
Established 1887 







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GREEKS 205 




Phi Gamma Delta 

Zeta Deuteron Chapter 

Established 1868 



THE BROTHERS OF PHI GAMMA DELTA JUST WRAPPED UP ANOTHER FINE GO-ROUND ON 
PRESTON STREET; WHAT A YEAR! THE YEAR KICKED OFF WITH A PAIR OF DYNAMITE PERFOR 
MANCES: ETHEL IN THE BASEMENT AND BROTHER JOJO "EXPERIMENTING" WITH THE THREE 
HEADED MONSTER UP IN ROOM 13. AS FALL TERM PROGRESSED, SO DID THE "FIJASGOS." THI! 
YEAR'S HOMECOMING FESTIVAL WAS DOTTED WITH MORE DAMAGES TO THE HOUSE, MOR[ 
DAMAGES TO J OJO'S KNEE, ANDTHE ELECTION OF FIJI'S VERY OWN MARYNEWAS HOMECOMINC 
QUEEN. THE TERM FINISHED WITH CHRISTMAS WEEKEND AND 1ST ANNUAL DIRK DIGGLEF 
PARTY. j 

WINTER TERM BROUGHT WITH IT 11, NO WAIT 10 SUPERB PLEDGES AND ONE GREAT ONE-EYED 
TURTLE. AS THE TERM AND R.B.'S WEIGHT PROGRESSED, FIJI DOMINATED THE SOCIAL SCENE 
WHO COULD EVER FORGET PHI GAM'S "69, PLEASE BE MINE" VALENTINE'S PARTY OR THI 
"MANMEET'S BACK ON THE STREET" HOMECOMING PARTY? OF COURSE, CHAMPAGNES WAS / 
SPARKLING SUCCESS AS USUAL AND FD DATES CLAIMED THE FIJI'S "NO BAND, NO DJ" PARTY Oh 
SATURDAY WAS TOPPED BY NO OTHER FRATERNITY ON CAMPUS. 

BUTWHATKEPTTHE FIJ HOUSE ALIVE TH IS YEAR, AS ALWAYS, WAS ITS WONDERFUL BROTHERS 
BROTHER WEEDHOUND EXPANDED HIS MIND AND HIS WAIST. BROTHER STATUTORY ACTU, 
ALLY MADE THE STATS BOOK IN HOOPS. BROTHER SNOWFLAKE...WELL, HE MADE HOOK-ul\ 
HISTORYTHIS YEAR; CONGRATULATIONS DORF! BROTH ER TINKERBELL AND JOJO. ..DO THEY LIV 
HERE? BROTHER H ELL NIGHT ADDED SOME CHICAS TO HIS LENGTHY LIST.. .SO HE SAYS. BROTHEI 
R.B....WELL, HE ATE.... AND SLEPT; GREAT JOB! THE TH REE-H FADED MONSTER ADDED A BEAUTIFU 
GREENHOUSE TO THE WEST WING OF THE HOUSE; THANKS GUYS! AND, OF COURSE, OUI 
FEARLESS LEADER, BROTHER SPOT, MADE MORE APPEARANCES IN JAIL THAN DID AT \f\ 
MEETINGS. 

FAREWELL TO THE CLASS OF 1998 AND BROTHER CREAMY; WE'LL MISS ALL OF YOU! 



206 GREEKS 





GREEKS 207 




Phi Kappa Psi 

Virginia Beta Chapter 

Established 1855 




208 GREEKS 




CREEKS 209 




Phi Kappa Sigma 

Alpha Alpha Chapter 
Established 1894 




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210 GREEKS 




GREEKS 211 




Pi Kappa Alpha 

Pi Chapter 
Established 1892 






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WHEN WE LAST LE FT OU R TEAM OF SUPERHE ROES AND LOVERS TH EY WERE ON TH E BRINK OF THE GREATEST FAL! 
[ERM SOCIAL CALENDAR OF ALL TIME. THEY WERE DOING MOTION STUDIES OF ANCIENT GREEK RUSH TACTICS 
UCH AS "THE FISHBOWL," THE BATWING," AND "THE HEY MAN, WANNA BEER?" THEN TRAGEDY STRUCK, SPACE 
\ONSTER M PLACED A BOUNTY ON THE HEADS OF THE MARVEL SUPERPRICKS. NEVER BEFORE HAS SUCH A GREAT 
.MOUNTOF RESEARCH BEGOTTEN NIL, SAVE FOR BROTHER ULBRICK'S SENIOR PHILOSOPHYTHESIS. THROUGHOUT 
ALLTERM PIKATHOUGHTTHE BRO WELLS WAS SIMPLYA HUSKY BOY, UNTILTEAR NIGHT WHEN HE GAVE BIRTH 
OA PLEDGE CLASS OF ELEVEN. ON A HAPPIER NOTE, BROTHER WELLS WAS SPAYED SOON AFTER. FOLLOWING THE 
LEDGE CLASS'S IMPLICATION IN THE 1982 ARMS FOR HOSTAGES DEAL, PLEDGESHIP GROUND TO A HALT THANKS 
si PARTTO A LARGE ITALIAN. NEVERTHELESS, THE PINNACLE OF PLEDGESHIP WAS MARKED BY TH E PLEDGE CLASS 
[WINNING THE1998 NOBLE PRIZE FORTHE DISCOVERYOF TH E ELEMENT SUCKURIUM (NO. 138): ITIS AN EVENTTHAT 
tyjLLBE DISCUSSED BY ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND SPIKEOLOGISTS FOR CENTURIES. ATTHE ENDOF FALLTERM PRICKS 
(NCE AGAIN GATHERED IN GROUPS LARGER THAN FIVE, YET WERE UNABLE TO MAKE CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS 
,S THEY COULD NO LONGER SO ALL YALL CAN KEEP TAKING OUR STYLE, NEXT YEARS RUSH PLANS... INCLUDE THE 
HIRD ANNUAL HENRY ROLLINS DEATH MATCH WHICH WILL INCLUDE DAVE MATTHEWS IN CONTEST OF 
FRENGTH, DEXTERITY, AND SHOWMANSHIP AS HE ATTEMPTS TO OUTSUCK THE NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK AND 
• ICHARD GERE, SPONSORED IN PART BY VIAGRA. 

WITH THE HELP OF THE UNITED NATIONS AND INTEREST ARBITRATIONS, THE 16TH ANNUAL PENTHAUS- 
NN I FER-CHEERS MIXER WENT OFF W/O A HITCH ATTHE BEGINNING OF WINTER TERM. ON A HAPPIER NOTE, 
REW SCHAUMBER CLAIMED VICTORY IN THE JONATHAN TAYLOR THOMAS LOOK ALIKE CONTEST AND WON A 
ATE WITH THE THIRD STRING KAPPA OF HIS CHOICE. AND ON A STILL HAPPI ER NOTE MOSTOF THE CHARGES HAVE 
EEN DROPPED. ATTHIS POINT PIKA WOULD LIKE TO COMMEMORATE PERLOWS FIR5TPLACE FINISH IN I.M. SIMIAN 
EPRIMANDING. AND IN A BREAK FROM TRADITION THIS YEAR, BROTHER LEVINSON WAS ABLE TO GORE TWO 
ULLS AND SEVEN UNIDENTIFIED SPANIARDS IN PAMPLONA'S THIRD ANNUAL RUNNING OF LOS VIPERS. ON A 
ELATED NOTE, BROTHER GINTHER FINALLY ACHIEVED SENTIENCE. 

SPOTS WRAP: DIRMAN RAN H IS MOUTH, A LOT OF KIDS QUIT, AND POLO WAS DROPPE D TO SAVE MONEY FORTH E 
APLEMENTATION OF ONLINE REGISTRATION. ON A RELATED NOTE, ZAREK FINISHED A DOUBLE MARATHON IN 

RECORD 3 AND HALF HOURS. THE FIRST 26.2 MILES WERE SOMEWHAT Dl FFICULT, BUT THE SECOND HALF, USING 
00 OF HAIR CARE PRODUCTS, PROVED EASY. THE DUMP QUIT THE GENERALS FOOTBALL TEAM IN ORDER TO JOIN 
HE PROFESSIONAL PLAYSTATION CIRCUIT AND PURSUE HIS ROLE PLAYING GAMES CAREER. BASKETBALL NOTE: 
/ITH THE LOSS OF SENIOR MIKE DIRMAN, RICH "I MAY BE BIG AND SLOW, BUT AT LEAST I'M DUMB" PETERSON 
yQVES A SEAT CLOSER TO COACH ON THE BENCH. BLAKE"WHATS HIS STORY?" LOVELACE SPENT ALL FALL HUNTIN' 
UCKS AND LEARNIN' HISSELF REAL GOOD BOUT l-BANKIN', LEARNING TO THE POINT OF ACTUALLY MORPHING 
sITO A LARGE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION WHICH WAS PURCHASED BY INVESTORS AND BROKEN INTO 
;VERAL SMALLER, MORE EFFICIENT, AND LESS CAPITAL-HUNGRY BLAKE LOVELACES. 

ONCE AGAIN PIKA WAS HEAVILY INVOLVED IN MANY CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS, INTERNATION BUSINESS, AND 
OTFOR PROFITVENTURES. HOWEVER, ALL PIKES WERE FIREDAND REPLACED MIDWAYTH ROUGH TH E YEAR WITH 
HEAPER NAFTA LABOR FROM OUT MEXICAN RIVAL. "EL PIKA." WITH THE PROFIST RECEIVED FROM LAST YEARS 
CQUISITIONOF NORTH FACE, THE PRICKS TOOK OVER DAIMLER BENZ-CHRYSLER. THE NEW Ml LIE SPORT UTE WILL 
'IE OUT NEXT YEAR AND IS EQUIPPED WITH NORTH FACE'S MOUNTAIN-GUI DE-VORTEC-DOESNT-MATTER-HOW- 
KPENSIVE-IT-IS-'CAUSE-DADDY-PAID-FOR_IT WATER RESISTANT V-8 ENGINES. 

JESSE "ENTER THE WU-TANG" MCGUI RE FINISHED HIS6TH CONSECUTIVE SEASON AT PIKA AND THIS YEAR WON 
OTONLYTHE COVETED GOLDEN OVEN MITT AWARD BUT ALSO TALKED SHIT NON STOP. ON A SAD NOTE, THE 
;NI0R class graduated short one CHIGGER and one ROACH. BROTHER O'CONNELL SPENT THE 97-98 
^MPAIGN IN A QUESTTO MAINTAIN THE MIGHTY CAPITALIST MACH I NE IN OUR NATION'S CAPITAL, NEW YORK. 
ROTHER MOORE SUFFERED A BRUTAL DEFEAT BY SEN. JESSE HELMS IN HIS REFUSAL TO CONFIRM HIS 
MABASSADORSHIP TO COLOMBIA. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE SENIORS. WE'LL MISS YOU AND WISH YOU 
HE BEST OF LUCK: DAVE "THE ZAMFIR OF THE WEST: GALBRAITH, JON "THE SOUP THAT EATS LIKE A MEAL" 
OLDMAN, DAN "RUGGED LIKE RAWANDA" GURNON, GAELAN "NEVER REALLY SAW YOU" BROWN, MIKE "HE GOT 

JAME" DIRMAN, BEN "HUNG LIKE A HORSE" YEMMINI, NEAL "KEEPING IT REAL TO THE 2 TRIPPLE ZERO" KOHL, J.D. 
;OMEON RIDE THE TRAIN" KRITSER, ANDREW "PEOPL TREAT ME LIKE KARE EM ABDUL J ABAR" CURRY, STEVE "IN HER 
MAJESTY'S SERVICE" KOMONYTSKY, JON "ME, YOU, VING RH AMES, A COUPLE OF SRI PPERS, AND A LITTLE GIRL" BAYER, 
RAD"THE ARROGANT VOICE OF TRUTH" SIMPOSN, BLAKE "LITTLE FISH IN A BIG POND" LOVELACE, DAVI D "I Dl AMIN" 
:DLIE, and HANS "WHO'S YOUR DADDY" YAO. STAY POSITIVE AND KEEP REACHING FOR THAT RAINBOW. 
OH YEAH, LET THE RECORD SHOW THAT I GOT THE LAST SHOT OFF BEFORE THE LAST SHOT BEFORE THE BUZZER. 
\ISS TERRIBLE, YOU WRITE LIKE A KINDERGARTNER AND YOU ARE CONSISTENTLY FUNNY LIKE A FUNERAL: BUT I 
ONT BLAME ANYONE FOR ANYTHING. 

GREEKS 213 




Pi Kappa Phi 

Rho Chapter 
Established 1920 




214 CREEKS 




GREEKS 215 







Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Virgina Sigma Chapter 

Established 1867 




216 GREEKS 



GREEKS 217 




Sigma Chi 

Zeta Chapter 
Established 1866 




218 GREEKS 




GREEKS 219 




Sigma Nu 

Lambda Chapter 
Established 1 882 







220 GREEKS 




GREEKS 221 




Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Virginia Epsilon Chapter 

Established 1906 




THE SIGEP RAIDERS RETURNED TO LEXINGTON IN SEPTEMBER EAGER TO BUILD ON LAST YEAR 
SUGGESS. WE A WEEK EARLY TO HAMMER OUT AN INTRIGATE RUSH STRATEGY OF DOIN 
NOTHING. AS THE MONTHS DRAGGED ON (AND ON, AND ON) WE DEVISED VARIOUS MEANS C 
WOOING POTENTIAL GANDI DATES. USING TIGKET STUBS, STAGEYS GOOKING, AND TH E "WALK 
FRIDGES" AS OUR SEGRET WEAPONS, WE MANAGED TO GON ANOTHER FOURTEEN FRESHMAI 
INTO THE HOUSE. LITTLE DID WE KNOWTHATWE HAD BEEN DUPED INTO AGGEPTING THE LIKE 
OF MGBAIN, PIG PEN, FOOL, GUNANAN, AND A HOST OF OTHER SWARTHY INDIVIDUALS. BU 
THANKSTO EZBO (WITH AS ASSIST FROM TR) A GOUPLE OF TH EM MAY SHAPE UPTO BE DEGEN 
BROTHERS AFTER ALL. 

LIFE IN DAVIDSON PARK WAS A LITTLE MORE EXGITING THIS YEAR. THANKS TO HE SOPHC 
MORES, THE GOLD WAR BETWEEN IS AND OUR "ESTEEMED" NEIGHBORS ERUPTED INTO A FUl 
SGALE BATTLE, AS SIGEP AVENGED LASTYEARS DEFEAT IN IM ULTIMATE FRISBEE. MEANWHILE I 
THE HILL, THE SENIORS WERE BUSYTRYING TO LOOK RESPEGTABLE. GLENN AND TODD LED T 
TENNIS AND BASEBALL TEAMS TO GREAT SUGGESS, WHILE NATE AND GONDON BEGAME Th 



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5'IRITUAL LEADERS OF THE HOUSE. SHULTZ SHOWED US WHAT HONOR IS ALL ABOUT, AND 
(NNIS WAS, WELL...GINNIS. THE JUNIORS SPENT MOST OF TH El R TIME RUNNING AROUND IN 
(RCLES, DE-ACTIVATING, OR MAKING MAIL BOMBS. THE SOCIAL CALENDER WAS MARKED AS 
/.WAYS BY CAVEMAN, A GREAT EVENT DESPITE THE LACK OF SMOKING PUNCH, AS WELL AS 
NUMEROUS MIXERS, THE SPRING SEMI-FORMAL, WEDNESDAY NIGHT D.J PARTIES WITH OL' 
LRTY BALZER AND RUGS; NOTTO MENTION THE PSEUDO-PARTI ES AT RED ROOF, WHERE GOAT 
KPT THE VAN ROCKIN'. 

THIS YEAR, SIGEP BIDS FAREWELL TO ELEVEN GRADUATING SENIORS. WE WOULD LIKE TO 
EsTEND A HEARTFELTTHANKSTO SHIRLEY, MCCOY, TOOLIO, SPEELY, BRANAM, D-DAY, SINBAD, 
SJMMER'S EVE, PAMPERS, RUMPLE FORESKIN, AND CORKY. YOU GUYS DID A TREMENDOUS JOB 
NO WILL BE SORELY MISSED. 



GREEKS 223 




Chi Omega 

Xi Lambda Chapter 

Established 1989 




224 GREEKS 




GREEKS 225 




Kappa Alpha Theta 

Zeta Iota Chapter 

Established 1989 




226 GREEKS 




ONCE AGAIN, THE THETAS ARE ON TOP AT WASHINGTON AND LEE,. AND THAT'S JUST THE 
VAY WE LIKE IT. KNOWN AS THE "JOCK" FRAT IN MANY CIRCLES, TH E PLAYERS ATTHETA 
^ELPED LEAD VARIOUS GENERALS TEAMS TO VICTORY. OUR NATUALLY EXUBERANT PERSON- 
ALITIES PROVED TO BE A KEY ASSET BOTH ON AND OFF THE FIELD, FOR OUR SISTERS LED THE 
'OLLEYBALL, SWIMMING, TRACK, TENNIS, AND LACROSSE TEAMS TO VICTORY THIS SEASON. 

PRESIDENT JEN OWENS KEPT US ON OUR TOES DURING MEETINGS ... WE NEVER KNEW 
VHAT WOULD COME OUT OF HER MOUTH NEXT. MANDY STALLARD TOOK OVER THE REINS 
)F OUR ILLUSTRIOUS GROUP, BECOMING PRESIDENT OF EVERYTHING ON CAMPUS. THETAS 
ERVE THE COMMUNITY THROUGH PROJECTS SUCH AS THE VALENTINE'S ROSE SALE AND 
AKE SALE AT BUFFALO CREEK. SERVICE HAS GOTTEN US INVOLVED WITH TEH ROWDY TEN- 
ANTS OF THE MAYFLOWER HOME FOR AN AFTERNOON OF BINGO AND WITH THE GENTLE- 
AEN AT THE GLADYS HOUSE FOR A HOME-COOKED MEAL. 

AS USUAL, TWIN STARS BALL KICKED OFF A YEAR OF SOCIAL REVELRY THAT LEFT US WON- 
)ERING HOW WE MANAGED TO SNAG THE HIGHEST GPA ON CAMPUS -- ONCE AGAIN. TACKY 
ROM, HEADBANGERS, KITE AND KEY, AND SPRING FLING HIGHLIGHTED THE SOCIAL CALEN- 
)AR. THEN THERE WERE THE MIXERS. THERE WAS MORE THAN ENOUGH BOOTY TO GO 
GROUND AT THE PIRATE MIXER WITH THE PI PHI BOYS, AND JACKIE T "PAINTED THE TOWN" 
nTTHE infamous toga party with BETA, the PAJAMA MIXER AT SIGMA CHI WAS CER- 
AINLY NO SNOOZER. IN A HISTORIC BID DAY MIXER WITH KA AND THEIR FINAL (?) PLEDGE 
lASS, WE CELEBRATED THE ARRIVAL OF OUR ROCK STAR PLEDGES, SOEM DONNING THE TRA- 
>ITIONAL COW COSTUMES. WE ARE ALL AMAZED THAT UTAH IS STILL STANDING. 

OUR SENIORS... WE LOVE THEM, THEY ARE AWESOME, AND WE WILL MISS THEM AS THEY 
AAKE THE MOVE INTO THE REAL WORLD, BUT WE ARE CERTAINTTHEY WILL BE SUCCESSSES 
:ONSIDERING THE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE THAT COME WITH BEING A THETA. 




GREEKS 227 




Kappa Delta 

Zeta Tau Chapter 
Established 1997 




Caroline Keen, Childs Canty, Enid Dean, Katie Mason, Hayley Hall, Lauren Walter, Frances Alford, Holly Shive 
Jenn Agiesta, Shay Ansley, Tyler Bates, Emily Belcher, Juliet Bickford, Kristen Binette, Carson Chambers, Bet 
Clark, Hillary Coombs, Olivia Dale, Megan Fink, Ashlie Fox, Katherine Franckle, Jen Frost, Lindsay Catling, Kelle 
Gilbert, Laura Goodwin, Krista Harkreader, Elizabeth Harvey, Julie Horowitz, Jill Jamieson, Magan Macy, Magi 
Maher, Carly Nasca, Erin Partridge, Beth Perry, Ellen Reynolds, Carolyn Richardson, Stacie Schneider, Emil 
Schulz, Kelly Sewell, Kristi Slafka, Kelly Stewart, Susan Terzian, Jenn Titus, Meredith Vellines, Sunda Wells, Am 
Wood, Sara Wood, Erika Woodson, Lisa Brennan, Natasha Dorofeeva, Taylor Horner, Jennifer Jackson, Meredit 
Mylnar, Katherine Riddle, Lauren Beckenhower, Claire Bowers, Carrie Luria, Mary Scott Wall, Laura Adelmai 
Ashley Anderson, Amy Borgman, Jocelyn Bowman, Virginia Brumby, Allison Bruneau, Katie Busch, Wendy Casi 
Faith Collins, Maragaret Jane Courtney, Jen Davis, Becca Dupps, Page Harrison, Sophie Lambrou, Marlea Lear 
Allie Lee, Lee Ann Maurer, Catherine Mead, Kate Metznik, Jessica Morton, Sarah PoUan, Laura Schramm, Rebecc 
Smith, Caroline Sozzi, Julie Spencer, Blair Stowe, Betsy Wallace, Lisa Wetzelberger, Annabelle Worth, Erika Bahi 
Betsy Boardman, Danica Oliver 



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Nineteen ninety- seven was a big year for the Zeta Tau chapter of Kappa Deka. On October 23, we celebrated 
(ir Centennial Anniversary as well as our tremendous success here a t Washington and Lee. Our second year on 
cmpus was even more fun than our first! 

Thanks to the other sororities and the fraternities on campus, our social calender was packed the whole year. We 
Sorted off the year with a trip to King's Dominion and kept the party going with Tacky Prom, Breakfast of 
(hanipions, Centennial Formal, Famous Lovers, Death by Disco, Derby Days, Reggae by the River, Spring Semi- 
trmal, and plenty of other parties, tailgates and mixers. 

One of the highlights of the 1997-1998 year was Rush. A;; the sisters enjoyed being on the other side of Rush 
ad getting to meet all the wonderful freshman women. Rush turned out to be huge success! We could not be happier 
tth our wonderful Beta pledge class composed of 33 of the finest women on campus. 

1997-1998 found our members continuing to be heavily involved in campus activities. Kappa Deltas hold 
kdership positions all around W&L. We had members on the EC, LIFE, SRC, Women's Forum, FD Steering 
(^mmittee, FOC, FCA, SEC, Mock Convention, and many others. 

We also had the good fortune to begin a great new traditions on campus. Our first annual 3 on 3 basketball 
rarnament made our '98 Shamrock Project the best ever. We, with the help of more than 60 enthusiastic basketball 
pyers, were able to raise money to support put philanthropies the National Committee to prevent Child abuse, 
tz Richmond Children's Hospital and Project Horizon. 

Kappa Delta wants to thank everyone who helped make this an awesome year for us. We also want to welcome 
fr great new initiates and bid fond farewell to out seniors-Best ofLuck-weW miss you! 



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Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Zeta Tau Chapter 
Established 1989 




130 GREEKS 




The ZetaTau Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma had an exciting 1997-98 school year. The Kappas continued 
D shine in athletics, leadership, academics, and having fun under the leadership of President Carson Flowers 
nd the next president , Courtney Stovall. 

Kappas could be seen everywhere on the Hill and beyond. Kappas participated in lacrosse, tennis, cross- 
ountry, track, and soccer. Kappas also held many leadership positions in student groups such as the Executive 
bmmittee, the Student Judiciary Committee, Class vice-presidents, SAB, Kathekon, Student Recruitment, 
7omen in Leadership, Fancy Dress Committee, Dorm Counselor Staff, Theater, Jubilee, Freshman Orientation 
bmmittee, big sisters, small group leaders and more. Kappa was also excited to have several members initiated 
ito ODK, Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Eta Sigma. 

Kappas had great times this year too. We enjoyed many social events such as our Fall Formal, tailgates, Fa- 
lous Lovers, Monmouth Duo, Kite and Key, Anything for Money— Dark Side of the Moon, Supermixers and 
le Spring Formal. Kappas helped out in the community with Habitat for Humanity, pumpkin carving and 
laking Valentines at the Mayflower and food drives. 

1998 Rush brought 33 awesome new pledges! These girls are sure uphold the strength of Kappa Kappa 
amma. Good luck to the Seniors! We are going to miss you! 




GREEKS 231 




Pi Beta Phi 

Virginia Theta Chapter 
Established 1 992 | 




232 GREEKS 




1997-1998 marked yet another stellar year for the sisters of the Virginia Theta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. Fall Term 
carted off with extra gusto as the Plinko girls feted the chapter and other various invitees to a series of fun evening 
atherings. The much-Anticipated return of the Loving Cup soon followed—tagged onto the new tradition of the 
isterhood Hike, the afternoon definitely proved to be a spiritual experience. Between tailgates, Nitescaps, a new 
d hoc "senior committee," the Faculty Christmas Party and various other revelries, the sisterhood enjoyed its annual 
peaux and Arrows Formal before soaring through Rush with 33 fabulous new pledges. 

Winter Term progressed and so did the fun. More Nitecaps, and 80's mixer with a Cajun twist, and all the 
nticipation of Big Sisters filled the calenders of the Virginia Thetas. Spring Term festivities included Margaret and 
Celly's "Bash," Spring Fling, and the Semi Formal. 

As Always, the Pi Phis made their mark on the hill: Dana VP'd the SAB. Carolyn kept FD in top monetary 
ondition. Celeste was the Head RA. Jen, Margaret, Bligh, Ann Marie, and Allison H. ruled the swimming pool, 

»s did Holly the volleyball court, Nicola the track, and Laura the tennis courts. Christine and Kim R. were our star 
questrians. Pi Phis also filled the University Chorus, Wind Ensemble, Chamber Singers and General Admission 
nd edited both The Trident dind Ring-Turn Phi. In addition, several chapter members were inducted into Phi Beta 
Cappa, ODK, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and Phi Mu Epsilon national honor societies, 
ight Pi Phis swelled the ranks of the Residence Life Staff. Finally, our presence was also fek in Kathekon, the FOC, 
he FD Steering Committee, and Life. 

As the sister of Virginia Theta bid goodbye to the graduating seniors, we look back on the year with fond 
emembrance upon all those things that were lovely and gather new excitement fro the good times ahead! 




GREEKS 233 



Alpha Phi Omega 

Alpha Beta Tau Chapter 
Established 1987 




RONT ROW: ROBN SEATON, STEVEN STRAUB, JUSTIN WAGONER, KATHY 

DUSSE, KATIE 6IARD, ERICA NEYLAND. BACK ROW: RYAN LARUE, KRISTEN 

HITCHENS, STEVEN KLOTZ, AMY WOOL STON, LAURA GOODWIN, KATE 

MUTER, KERI DUNPHY, DAVID DAMIANI, ELIZABETH SLONAKER, SCOTT 

MORRIS, CHRIS LUE, SCOTT BOOKWALTER, MIKE SEGANISH, ALICE 

COCKRUM, TONI MACK, NILE GENTRY 6< ME LAN I E WHYNOTT 



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-OOTBALL VOLLEYBALL SOCCER CROSS 
lOUNTRY WRESTLING SWIMMING TENNIS 
.ACROSSE TRACK BASEBALL GOLF 



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Footbatt 



TOP: PLACEKICKER MATT HOLBROOK (10) BECAME THE GENERALS' ALL-TIME 
LEADER IN EXTRA POINT PERCENTAGE. BOTTOM: TH E GENERALS' OFFENSE: 
ROLLED BEFORE A HOMECOMING CROWD IN A32-22 WIN OVER DAVIDSON. 






Scoreboard 


W6<L 28 


JOHNS HOPKINS 34 


W6<L 20 


GUILFORD 34 


W6<L14 


CENTRE 30 


WS<L 3 


RANDOLPH-MACON 24 


W6<L 32 


DAVIDSON 22 


VJS.I 29 


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 7 


W^L 14 


SEWANEE 48 


W^L22 


BRIDGEWATER 10 


W6<L 17 


EMORY 6< HENRY 27 


W6<L41 


SWARTHMORE 13 



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1ST ROW: CRAIG LAVENDER, MIKE VASALLO, SETH MCKINLEY, JOHN 

BENAZZI, RYAN FLETEMEYER, JACK BOYD, NICK HODGE, STEFAN 

NEUMEISTER, GEOFF CAMPBELL, SCOTT DYNAN, LEE MILLER, DAVID 

FOSTER, OMAR MONEIM. 2ND ROW: HEAD COACH FRANK MIRIELLO, 

BEN MIDDENDORF, LEE SWOMLEY, CHAS CHASTAIN, MATT 

HOLBROOK, JOHN THRALL, MATT LUKA, MARC GRANGER, FLOYD 

YOUNG, BRAD BAKER, JOHN MCALLISTER, ASSISTANT COACH ALLAN 

GERBER. 3RD ROW: ASSISTANT COACH NORRIS ALDRIDGE, DAVID 

RITCHEY, GEOFF GOBER, TREY CARR, JOHN SENSING, SCOTT MOSES, 

MIKE MOORE, J.T. MALATESTA, BILL MCGETTIGAN, JAMES 

MCKNIGHT, KEITH PRUSEK, ASSISTANT COACH JEFF STICKLEY. 4TH 

ROW: ASSISTANT COACH GAVIN COLLITON, BRANDON BORTNER, 

HARRY BROOKBY, WARREN HEDGES, JOSH MYERBERG, SCOTT KING, 

DOUG WILLIAMS, ROSS KESTER, JADY KOCH, CHRISTIAN BATCHELLER, 

WILLIAM BUTLER, CHAD WEGNER, ASSISTANT COACH JOHN 

MCGREGOR. 5TH ROW: CHARLES "MURPH" MURRAY, JUSTIN 

HOLTON, COLIN FITZGIBBONS, WILL BAKER, SCOTT GRAY, SCOTT 

HUMPHREYS, JAYSON LIPSEY, FLOYD STIMPSON, ANDY ROBINSON, 

HANLEY SAYERS, JAMES PERSON, MARC WATSON, ASSISTANT COACH 

PETER LAMKA. 6TH ROW: MANAGER CAROLINE YATES, MATT SEALS, 

ROMAN KOSHKIN, WESLEY HARDY, RYAN GIELEN, ANDY VENDIG, 

JASON GIFFEN, JASON WARD, MICHAEL NAVALKOWSKY, RAD DAVIS, 

PEER SEGELKE, ANDREW SIMMONS, MANAGER RACHEL ALLEN. 7TH 

ROW: RICH GRONER, JOEL FECHISIN, JIM WILBOURN, CARTER LEE, 

MIKE CRITTENDEN, FRANCIS MCWILLIAMS, TOM MONACO, MATT 

KLIMAS, NICK CIMINO. 



THIS SEASON WASHINGTON 
AND LEE SHOWCASED A YOUNG, 
UP-AND-COMING FOOTBALL 
SQUAD WITH PLENTY OF NEW 
TALENT. THE TEAM ENDURED A 
DIFFICULT TRANSITION PERIOD, 
STARTING THE SEASON 0-4. THE 
GENERALS TURNED THINGS 
AROUND WITH A 
HOMECOMING WIN OVER 
DAVIDSON COLLEGE, ONE OF 
FOUR WINS IN THE LAST SIX 
GAMES. THE GENERALS JUST 
MISSED UPSETTING ODAC 
FAVORITES EMORY 6< HENRY IN 
THE NINTH GAME, LOSING A 
CHANCE AT THE CONFERENCE 
CHAMPIONSHIP. NONETHELESS, 
THE GENERALS' LATE-SEASON 
RECOVERY SHOWED THE YOUNG 
TEAMS PROMISE. THE 
EXPLOSIVE OFFENSE WAS LED BY 
SOPHOMORE QUARTERBACK 
CHRISTIAN BATCHELLER, WHO 
SET SCHOOL RECORDS FOR 
PASSING YARDAGE AND 
TOUCHDOWN PASSES. 
SOPHOMORE J.T. MALATESTA 
LED THE TEAM IN RECEPTIONS 
WITH THE FOURTH HIGHEST 
TOTAL IN WS.L HISTORY. 
MIDSEASON FIND HANLEY 
SAYERS TWICE RAN FOR OVER 
100 YARDS. LINEBACKER MATT 
LUKA LED THE DEFENSE AND 
WAS TWICE NAMED ODAC 
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK. 
JACK BOYD WAS NAMED 
VIRGINIA SMALL COLLEGE 
DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OFTHE 
YEAR AND WAS FIRST TEAM 
ALL-ODAC. 



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CONGRATULATING EACH OTHER THE TEAM CELEBRATES ONE OF ITS 16 WINS. 

THE W6cL VOLLEYBALL TEAM ENJOYED ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SEASON IN 1997, WINNING ITS 
THIRD CONSECUTIVE ODAC TITLE. THE TEAM FINISHED 9-1 IN THE CONFERENCE AND 16-9 
OVERALL, DESPITE A FIVE-CAME MIDSEASON LOSING STREAK. THE TEAM WAS LED BY SENIOR 
ALISON BEARD, WHO BECAME W^L'S ALL-TIME LEADER IN ASSISTS. IN A WIN OVER BRI DGEWATER, 
BEARD REGISTEREDAREMARKABLE42 ASSISTS. OTH ER STANDOUTS INCLUDED SENIOR HILARY 
MARTIN, THE FIRST WS<L PLAYER TO REACH 1000 CAREER KILLS. COACH TERRY DADIO ALSO 
ACHIEVED A MILESTONE DURING THE BIG SEASON. W&L'S FIRST WIN OVER RANDOLPH- 
MACON WOMEN'S COLLEGE MARKED THE 100TH WIN OF DADIO'S COACHING CAREER. 



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Scoreboard 



W6«L 3, MARY BALDWIN O 

W&L 3, NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN 1 

Wi<L 3, CATHOLIC O 

JOHNS HOPKINS 3, W&L 1 

W&L 3, EMORY £< HENRY 1 

W&L 3, SWEET BRIAR O 

W&L 3, ROANOKE O 

SAVANNAH 3, W6.L O 

WESTMINSTER 3, W&L O 

MARYVILLE 3, W&L 1 

W&L 3, EASTERN MENNONITE 1 

W&L 3, RANDOLPH-MACON O 

W&L 3, BRIDGE WATER 1 

W&L 3, LYNCHBURC O 

SEWANEE 3, W&L 2 

WESTMINSTER 3, W6«L O 

CENTRE 3, W&L 1 

GREENSBORO 3, W&L 1 

GUILFORD 3, W6.L 1 

VJS.V 3, RANDOLPH-MACON O 

W&L 3, HOLLINS 1 

W&L 3, AVERETT2 

W&L 3, CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT 1 

W&L 3, EASTERN MENNONITE O 

W6.L 3, GREENSBORO O 

W£<L 3, EMORY £. HENRY 1 

W£«L 3, GUILFORD 1 

W£.L 3, EASTERN MENNONITE 2 



VOLLEYBALL: FRONT ROW - ME6AN SNODGRASS, NANCY 

REINHART; SECOND ROW- KATHERINE KLINE, TORI HAYS, 

PAM SAULSBURY, ALISON BEARD, MARY BETH BROOKBY; 

BACK ROW - HEAD COACH TERRI DADIO, MANAGER 

RICHARD ELY MELISSA WILLIAMS, HOLLY THOMSEN, 

SARAH WALTERS, HILARY MARTIN, MEGAN MACY, LEE 

ANN GCHWIND, ASSISTANT COACH CHARLEATA BEALE. 



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BELOW: THE GENERALS' FINE TEAM 
DEFENSE IN ACTION. RIGHT: GORDON 
MEEKER IS ONE OF THE YOUNG GENER- 
ALS' BUDDING STARS. 



SITTING: ANDREW FISKE, JORDAN 
GINSBERG, KINGSLEY CHUKWU, MIKEL 
PARKER, MIKE GERMAIN, 
GORDON MEEKER, E.J. 
MURPHY, TRAINER G.C. 
CALZETTA. KNEELING: 
BRIAN EUTERMOSER, 
SCOTT LOFRANCO, JEFF 
BARNES, BEN THOMPSON, 
RYAN NELSON, JON 
WILSON, MICHAEL 
KACZKA, JACEK MUCHA, 
SCOTT LETOURNEAU. 
STANDING: ASSISTANT 
COACH TED BRUSH, 
ASSISTANT COACH GARRY 
HILL, JAMES HOAK, PAUL 
HOURIGAN, SAM CHASE, 
JAMIE PARKER, JASON 
MILLER, LOUIS STRYKER, 
ANDY CRAWFORD, ASSIS- 
TANT COACH CRAIG 
APPLEBY, HEAD COACH 
ROLF PIRANIAN. 




Men^s Soccer 



THE W6.L MEN'S SOCCER TEAM ENJOYED ITS SECOND CONSECU- 
TIVE WINNING SEASON, FINISHING 11-6 AS THE YOUNG SQUAD 
CONTINUED TO IMPROVE ON ITS SURPRISING PERFORMANCE 
IN 1996. THE TEAM GOT OFF TO A BRILLIANT START, WINNING 
10 OF ITS FIRST 12 GAMES BEFORE LATE-SEASON LOSSES TO 
RANDOLPH-MACON, ROANOKE, AND DENNISON. W6<L THEN 
ADVANCED TO THE SECOND ROUND OF THE ODAC TOURNA- 
MENT BEFORE A TOUGH LOSS TO VIRGINIA WESLEYAN. THE 
GENERALS WERE PACED BY JUNIOR SAM CHASE, WHO SET ALL- 
TIME SCHOOL CAREER RECORDS FOR GOALS AND POINTS LATE 
IN THE SEASON. GOALIE E. J. MURPHY RECORDED THREE SHUT- 
OUTS AND ALSO SET A CAREER HIGH WITH 12 SAVES IN A WIN 
OVER POWERFUL EASTERN MENNONITE. SOPHOMORE JAMIE 
PARKER REACHED DOUBLE DIGITS IN GOALS FOR THE SECOND 
CONSECUTIVE SEASON. W&.L ALSO RECEIVED SEVERAL 
STANDOUT PERFORMANCES FROM TEAM VETERANS LIKE MIKEL 
PARKER AND GORDON MEEKER. WITH MANY RISING JUNIORS 
AND SENIORS RETURNING NEXT YEAR, WS.L SHOULD CONTINUE 
TO BE A FORCE IN THE ODAC. 



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Scoreboard 



W&L 1, CATHOLIC O 

W6.L 4, CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT 2 

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 3, W6<L O 

W6.L 6, EMORY & HENRY 1 

W£.L 4, GOUCHER 2 

W^L 4, EASTERN MENNONITE 1 

W&L 4, GUILFORD O 

WS.L 6, LYNCHBURG 1 

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 3, W6.L O 

W&L 5, BRIDGEWATER O 

W&L 6, SAVANNAH 1 

W&L 1, VMI O 

RANDOLPH-MACON 2, W6.L 1 

ROANOKE 2, WU 1 

DENNISON 2, WU 1 

W&L 1, HAMPDEN-SYDNEY O 

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 2, W&L O 



Scoreboard 



W&L 5, KENYON 1 

W&L 4, RANDOLPH-MACON 2 

WU 10, HOLLINS O 

W&L 6, VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 1 

W&L 5, GUILFORD 1 

V/U 3, GREENSBORO 1 

W&L 4, SWEET BRIAR O 

WU 1, SOUTHWEST TEXAS O 

W&L 3, ROANOKE 2 

W&L 2, GOUCHER O 

LYNCHBURG 4, W&L 2 

W6.L 3, NOTRE DAME (MD) 1 

W&L 10, EMORY &< HENRY O 

W&L 1, RANDOLPH-MACON O 

W&L 2, SWEET BRIAR O 

RANDOLPH-MACON 2, W&L 1 



THE W6.L WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM OPENED THE SEA^JON 
WITH A STUNNING, SCHOOL RECORD 10-GAME WINNiN 
STREAK AND ROLLED ON TO A 14-2 MARK FOR THE YEAR. 
TH E TEAM ADVANCED TO THEODAC SEMI FINALS BEFORE A 
HEARTBREAKING LOSS TO RANDOLPH-MACON ENDEDTHE 
SEASON. THE GENERALS WERE LED BY KARIN TREESE, WHO 
BROKE A SCHOOL RECORD WITH 23 GOALS. SHE RECORDED 
EIGHT GAME-WINNING GOALS IN THE FIRST NINE GAMES. 
WHILE TREESE PACED THE OFFENSE, THE TEAM ALSO RE- 
CORDED A REMARKABLE 7 SHUTOUTS. ALONG THE WAY, 
THEGENERALS BROKE RANDOLPH-MACON'S69-GAMEODAC 
WINNING STREAK. 



U^omen's Soccer 




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WOMEN'S SOCCER: FRONT ROW - STEPHANIE MCKNIGHT, KARIN TREECE, 
CLAIRE BOWERS, LORRAINE TAURASSI, CHRISTY MEADE, ERICA REINEKE: 
SECOND ROW - ELIZABETH RICHEY, MARGARET-HUNTER TURNER, LIZ 
OLSON, COUTREY NOLAN, LINDSAY WILLIAMS, SAMANTA GARBISCH, 
AMANDA MCDERMOTT, LAUREN HARRIS: THIRD ROW - MANAGER AM- 
BER HINKLE, ASSISTANT COACH HEATHER KENDRA, KELLY NORTON, 
JOCELYN SMITH, NICOLE JOHNSON, GINNY HERNIGAN, SHANA LEVINE, 
GALEN PERACCA, DEIRDRE COYLE, HEADCOACH JAN HATHORN, TRAINER 
JENN MOYER 



JUNIOR NICOLE JOHNSON, ONE 

OF THE TEAMS MANY 

STANDOUT PLAYERS, THROWS 

THE BALL INTO PLAY. 



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Men 

7TH OF 11 AT UVA INVITATIONAL 
DEFEATED SHENANDOAH AND 
SOUTHERN VIRGINIA AT WS<L 
9TH OF 17 AT CORTLAND STATE 
1ST ATVA DIVISION 11/11! STATE 

CHAMPIONSHIPS 
3RDOF3ATVM1 INVITATIONAL 
9TH OF 35 AT GETTYSBURC 

INVITATIONAL 
2ND OF 18 AT NCAA SOUTH MEET 

AT SEWANEE 



SENIOR TAYLOR SHULTZ WAS ONE OF THE 
TEAMS VETERAN LEADERS. 




1ST ROW: WILL OLSON, TAYLOR SHULTZ, DAVID LAWRENCE, GREC RUTHIC, JASON CALLEN. 2ND ROW: FRANK 
STEARS, DARRICK ALFORD, RYAN BOWE, BRYANT ADAMS. 3RD ROW: HEAD COACH JOHN TUCKER, ALEX TAYLOR, 
THOMAS MARKHAM, ZACH USHER. 



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CROSS COUNTRY: FRONT ROW - MEREDITH VELLINES, CARSONFLOWERS, ASHLEY SMITH, WENDY CASE, 

ERIN KRAAL, DEENA JOHNSON; BACK ROW - RUTH DUNCAN, HAMPTON YIELDING, ELIZABETH 

GRENFELL, LISA BRENNAN, NATASHA DOROFEEVA, HEAD COACH JIM PHEMISTER. 




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Women 

5TH OF 24 AT LEBANON VALLEY INVITATIONAL 

DEFEATED SOUTHERN VIRGINIA AT W6<L 

8TH OF 16 AT DICKINSON 

7TH OF 14 AT FROSTBURG STATE 

3RD OF 8 AT VA DIVISION ll/lll STATE CHAMPI 

ONSHIPS 
2ND OF 3 AT VMI INVITATIONAL 
16TH OF 33 AT GETTYSBURG INVITATIONAL 
2ND OF 6 AT ODAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 
7TH OF 16 AT NCAA SOUTH MEET AT SEWANEE 



BOTH THE MENS AND WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 
TEAMS ENJOYEDSUCCESSFULSEASONS IN1997. THE 
ME N'S TEAM WON THE STATE DIVISION I l-l 1 1 CHAM- 
PIONSHIP FORTH E THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR AND 
ALSO IMPROVED FROM5TH T0 2ND ATTHE NCAA 
REGIONALS. SENIORS Wl LL OLSON, JASON CALLEN, 
AN D TAYLOR SHULTZ LEDAN EXPERIENCED TEAM. 
JUNIOR NATALIA DOROFEEVA AND SOPHOMORE 
CARSON FLOWERS WERETHETOP INDIVIDUAL PER- 
FORMERS FOR THE WOMEN'S TEAM, WHOSE BEST 
PERFORMANCES WERE A 3RD-PLACE FINISH ATTHE 
STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AND 5TH OF 24 AT THE 
LEBANON VALLEY INVITATIONAL. 



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Scoreboard 

VMI INVITATIONAL 

19TH OF ^3, LEBANON VALLEY 

INVITATIONAL 

WScL 11, JOHNS HOPKINS 19 

PEN$ACOLA29, W^L 25 

DAVIDSON 41, V/^l 10 

ANDERSON 32, WScL 19 

SWARTHMORE INVITATIONAL 

4TH AT W6<L INVITATIONAL 

LOST TO SWARTHMORE 

LOST TO WESTERN MARYLAND 

LOST TO URSINUS 

3RD AT VIRGINIA STATE DIVISION 

ll-lll MEET 



THE W6.L WRESTLING TEAM ONLY RECORDED 
ONE WIN DURING THE SEASON, BUT RE- 
CORDED SEVERAL STRONG INDIVIDUAL EF- 
FORTS AND FINE TEAM PERFORMANCES IN 
TOURNAMENTS. SOPHOMORE CHAD CASTO 
(126 LBS) LED THE TEAM WITH TOP FOUR FIN- 
ISHES AT FOUR INVITATIONAL TOURNA- 
MENTS. PROMISING FRESHMAN JOSH CHAM- 
BERLAIN (142 LBS)SCOREDTOPTHREE PERFOR- 
MANCES AT THE W6.L AND VMI 
INVITATIONALS. IN THE HIGHER WEIGHT 
CLASSES, VETERANS TODD POOLE AND ALEX 
MCMANIMEN ENJOYED SOLID SEASONS 
HIGHLIGHTEDBYTOP FOUR FINISHES AT VMI. 



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Scoreboard 



Wi.L 50, SWARTHMORE 48 

HAVERFORD 59, W&L 52 

GUILFORD 60, W&L 52 

W&.L 44, HAMPDEN-5YDNEY42 

WASHINGTON U. 81, W&,L 56 

W&.L 55, OCCIDENTAL 46 

W&L 57, EMORY i. HENRY 54 

Wi<L 59, VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 53 

ST. MARYS 80, W&,L 62 

ROANOKE 11. W&.L 62 

W&.L 55, LYNCHBURG 41 

RANDOLPH-MACON 49, W&.L 34 

W&.L 65, EMORY 6. HENRY 62 

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 68, W&.L 61 

GUILFORD 58, W6<L 55 

W&.L 57, BRIDGEWATER 53 

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 68, W&.L 57 

EASTERN MENNONITE 87, W&.L 70 

RANDOLPH-MACON 50, W&.L 45 

W&.L 46, LYNCHBURG 42 

ROANOKE 74, W&.L 67 

BRIDGEWATER 77, Wi-L 43 

EASTERN MENNONITE 72, Wi.L 62 

ODAC TOURNAMENT: 
RANDOLPH-MACON 66, WS.L 53 



THE WASHINGTON AND LEE MEN'S BASKET- 
BALL TEAM ENJOYED ITS MOST SUCCESSFUL SEA-' 
SON IN SEVERALYEARS WITH A10-14 RECORD, 7- 
11 ODAC. THE TEAM QUALIFIED FORTHEODAC 
TOURNAMENT FORTHE FIRST TIME SINCE 1994. 
SENIOR FORWARD KELLY DYER WAS SECOND 
TEAM ALL-ODAC WITH 13.2 PPG. HOWEVER, 
MANY OF THE TEAM'S LEADERS WERE ITS 
YOUNGER PLAYERS, INCLUDING FORWARD RICH 
PETERSON, HONORABLE MENTION ALL-ODAC 
WITH 11.2 PPG AND 5.4 RPG. WITH ITS CORE OF 
YOUNG PLAYERS GROWING TOGETHER, EXPECT 
A BIG SEASON FROMTHE GENERALS NEXTYEAR 



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SITTING: ERIC OWSLEY, KEVIN COBBIN, GERALD TITUS, TIM AN6ELILLO, MIKE DIRMANN, WALT PLYLER, MATT 
JACKSON, WILL BALLARD. STANDING: ASSISTANT COACH BARRY MACHADO, ASSISTANT COACH MO CASSARA, 
FLOYD STIMPSON, KELLY DYER, RICH PETERSON, SCOTT HUDSON, BRIAN RICKETTS, KYLE MILLER, DANNY COL- 
TER, ASSISTANT COACH CAELAN BROWN, MANAGER JEREMY MCNAMEE, HEAD COACH KEVIN MOORE. 



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SITTING: MANAGER MOGANA RICHARDS, LAUREN ANDREWS, DENISE WALLIN, JESSICA MORTON, ANSLEY 

MILLER, TRAINER G.C. CALZETTA. STANDING: HEAD COACH TERRI DADIO, CHRISSY BURGHARDT, TONIA 

DEAN, LEAH SAWYER, AMBER HINKLE, KRISTIN HAZARD, ASSISTANT COACH CHARLEATA BEALE. 



Scoreboard 



Women 



W&L 73, MARIETTA 55 

W&.L 56, CARNEGIE MELLON 55 

RANDOLPH-MACON 81, WS.L 53 

W£>L 62, RMWC 51 

BRID6EWATER 75, W&.L 50 

W&.L 62, EASTERN MENNONITE 44 

W6<L 64, HOLLINS 45 

ROANOKE 61, W&.L 54 

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 80, WS.L 76 

RANDOLPH-MACON 67, Wi,L 45 

W&.L 65, LYNCHBURG 48 

W&.L 57, WESLEYAN 31 

BRIDGEWATER 66, W6-L 51 

GUILFORD 77, W&.L 61 

W6.L 60, EMORY & HENRY 56 

RMWC 53, W&.L 42 

GUILFORD 77, Wi.L 59 

EMORY 6. HENRY 79, W6.L 69 

W6.L 55, LYNCHBURG 48 

WS.L 68, EASTERN MENNONITE 46 

W&.L 73, HOLLINS 44 

ROANOKE 76, W6.L 43 

W&L 87, MARY BALDWIN 32 

ODAC TOURNAMENT: 
RANDOLPH-MACON 78, W&.L 49 



THE W6<L WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM SET A 
SCHOOL RECORD FOR WINS AND APPEARED IN 
ITS SECOND CONSECUTIVE ODAC TOURNAMENT, 
FINISHING 12-12, 8-12 ODAC. THE TEAM'S TOP 
PERFORMERS INCLUDED STEADY GUARDS LEAH 
SAWYER AND ANSLEY MILLER, EFFICI ENT JUNIOR 
CENTER AMBER HINKLE, AND SENIOR FORWARD 
TONIA DEAN, WHO SET A SCHOOL RECORD FOR 
CAREER REBOUNDS. THE TEAM LOOKS TOWARD 
ATTAINING ITS FIRST WINNING RECORD NEXT 
SEASON, BUILDING ON THE MARKED IMPROVE- 
MENT SHOWN IN THE PAST TWO. 

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Scoreboard 

Men 

TRANSYLVANIA 113, W6<L 92 

SEWANEE 118, W6<L75 

VMI 110, W6<L 89 

WScL 109, MARYMOUNT 62 

WS<L 107, BUFFALO STATE 36 

W6<L 95, GOUCHER44 

CATHOLIC120, WS<L 82 

EMORY 87, WU 44 

JOHNS HOPKINS 110, W6<L 24 



W^L'S WOMEN'S SWIMMING TEAM RECORDED 
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SEASON IN SCHOOL 
HISTORY, FINISHING 8-6 AND WINNING THE 
ODAC CHAMPIONSHIP. JUNIOR MARGARET 
HOEHL LED THE TEAM. A DOMINANT PER- 
FORMER, HOEHL ULTIMATELY WON THE ODAC 
SWIMMER OF THE YEAR AWARD. OTHER TOP 
PERFORMERS INCLUDED SOPHOMORE BROOKE 
STANLEY AND SENIOR KENDALL 

CRUICKSHAN KS. FOR HER EFFORTS, KIKI JACOBS- 
MOORE WAS NAMED ODAC COACH OF THE 
YEAR. THE MEN'S TEAM RECORDED A 4-6 MARK 
AND WENTONTO A3RD PLACE FINISH ATTHE 



SOUTHERN COLLEGIATE ATHLETICCONFERENCE 
INVITATIONAL. SOPHOMORE JARED FRIBUSH LED THE TEAM, ADVANCING TO THE 1998 
NCAA SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS. 



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Scoreboard 



TRANSYLVANIA 109, W&.L 96 
SEWANEE 124, VJLl 81 
W&.L 91, RANDOLPH-MACON 19 
W^L 85, SWEET BRIAR 36 
W6<L 98.5, MARYMOUNT 87.5 
W&,L 106, BUFFALO STATE 66 
W6<L 96, GOUCHER 66 
CATHOLIC 129, VJLl 70 
W6«L 138, RADFORD 97 
EMORY 102.5, W6«L 25.5 
JOHNS HOPKINS 117, W6<L 20 
VJLl 153, HOLLINS 83 



SITTING: ELIZABETH DORRIES, ASHLEY DAVIS, BROOKE 
STANLEY, TARYN KIEKOW, KENDALL CRUICKSHANKS, 
LAU RE N MCK E EVE R, REBECCA PULLEN, ALL! SON HARVEY. 
STANDING: HEAD COACH KIKI JACOBS-MOORE, 
JENNIFER MANDEVILLE, ANNAMARIE BURT, BLIGH 
WOLLNER, MARGARET HOEHL, LEZAEL HAYNES, JEN 
SELDER, YULIA GORODETSKAYA. 



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Scoreboard 



Men 



W&L 5, METHODIST 2 

RADFORD 6. W&.L 1 

W^L7, LYNCHBURG O 

W6.L 7, EASTERN MENNONITE O 

W&.L 7, ROANOKE O 

W6.L 6, HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 1 

W&.L7, RIPON O 

WScL 6, VMI 1 

WScL 6, WOOSTER 1 

W&.L 5, MARY WASHINGTON 2 

W6.L DEF. CLAREMONT 

KALAMAZOO DEF. W&<L 

W&L 7, LYNCHBURG 1 

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 6, W6.L 1 

EMORY 5, W6.L2 

W&.L 6, OGLETHORPE 1 

WON ODAC CHAMPIONSHIPS AT GUILFORD 



1ST ROW: DALE PRETILA, TOM WASHBURN, DAVID 
LEHMAN, BRITT EASTLAND, MATT HOWENSTEIN, 
JANAKAN THIAGARAJAH. 2ND ROW: HEAD COACH 
GARY FRANKE, SCOTT BABKA, GLENN MILLER, JOHN 
FREYER, KRIS MATHIS, CHRIS HAUN, KELLY RADFORD. 




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1ST ROW: JENNIFER STRAWBRIDGE, VIRGINIA BRUMBY, CAROLINE SOZZI, CHRISTINA CAMPBELL, LAURA 
COHEN. 2ND ROW: ANNIE CASTELLO, SHANNON BELL, ERICKA SHAPARD, CATHY MOORE, BROOK 
HARTZELL, ELIZABETH GAY. 3RD ROW: ASSISTANT COACH DAVID DETWILER, ASHLEY BUCK, ERIN EGGERS, 
ANN RICHARD, BERRY BLANKINSHIP, MINA GUIAHI, HEAD COACH CINDA RANKIN. 



Scoreboard 



Women 



W&.L 9, MEREDITH O 

JAMES MADISON 8, W6<L 1 

STETSON 6, WS.L 3 

W^L 9, HOLLINS O 

W&.L 9, RMWC O 

W^L 9, SWEET BRIAR O 

W6«L 9, RANDOLPH-MACON O 

KENYON 8, W£.L 1 

W&.L 5, COLGATE 3 

W6.L 9, VIRGINIA WESLEYAN O 

WScL 9, EASTERN MENNONITE O 

W&.L 9, LYNCHBURG O 

W&.L 9, ROANOKE O 

W&.L 9, MARY WASHINGTON O 

W&.L 9, BRIDGEWATER O 

W&L 9, GUILFORD O 

W&cL 8, AVERETT1 

W6.L 5, EMORY 4 

W6.L 6, SEWANEE 3 

WON ODAC CHAMPIONSHIP AT W6«L 



TAVOOFTHECENERALS'MOSTSUCCESSFUL SQUADS 
THIS YEAR WERE THE MEN'S AND WOMEN'S TEN- 
NIS TEAMS, BOTH OF WHICH WERE RANKED IN 
THE NCAA DIVISION III TOP 20 AND ADVANCED 
TO THE NCAA TOURNAMENT. THE MEN'S TEAM 
ENJOYED A SOLID 12-4 SEASON CAPPED OFF BYTHE 
ODAC TITLE. DALE PRETILA AND CHRIS HAUN 
ADVANCED TO THE SEMIFINALS AT THE ROLEX 
SOUTHEASTRECIONALAND BOTH WERE RANKED 
IN THE NCAA TOP 20 FOR INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS. 
THE WOMEN'S TEAM, ALSO ODAC CHAMPS, OF- 
TEN DOMINATED THE OPPOSITION, FINISHING 
17-3 AND WINNING 11 MATCHES BY 9-0 SCORES. 
ERICKA SHAPARD WAS NAMED ODAC PLAYER OF 
THE YEAR AND CINDA RANKIN WON COACH OF 
THE YEAR HONORS. 

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Men's Lacrosse 



Scoreboard 

Men 

WU 23, GUILFORD 1 

WS.L 21, VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 9 

W6<L 10, LYNCHBURG 6 

CORTLAND STATE 12, W^L 11 

W^L 8, GETTYSBURG 7 

W6.L 12, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 9 

W6<L 6, ROANOKE 5 

W6<L 21, MARY WASHINGTON 5 

WU 21, GOUCHER 3 

W6<L 16, WESTERN MARYLAND 6 

W6<L 5, ST. MARY'S 2 

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 11, WS<L 6 

WU 19, RANDOLPH-MACON 5 

WU 17, VMI 10 



BOTH OF W6<L'S LACROSSE TEAMS OPENED THE 
SEASON WITH ODAC CHAMPIONSHIP HOPES. 
WHILE THE MEN FELL JUST SHORT WITH THEIR 
LOSS TO HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, THE WOMEnJ 
BROUGHT HOME THE TITLE, AND BOTH TEAMS 
PUTUPSTRONG SHOWINGS INTHE NCAA TOUR- 
NAMENT. THE MEN, RANKED 11TH IN THE 
PRESEASON DIVISION III TOP 20, WERE LED BY 
SENIORS TOM FALLACE AND ED DOUGHERTY, 
BOTH PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAS. THE WOMEN 
FEATURED PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAS WHITNEY 
PARKER AND ERIN MAHONEY AND WERE 

1ST ROW: WILL OLSON, TAYLOR SHULTZ, DAVID 
LAWRENCE, GREG RUTHIG, JASON GALLEN. 2ND ROW: 
FRANK STEARS, DARRIGK ALFORD, RYAN BOWE, BRYANT 
ADAMS. 3RD ROW: HEAD GOAGH JOHN TUCKER, ALEX 
TAYLOR, THOMAS MARKHAM, ZAGH USHER. 




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Scoreboard 

Women 

W6cL 17, 6UILFORD 3 

W6<L 14, DENISON 10 

W&.L21, HOLLINS 5 

W6.L 15, BRIDGEWATER 6 

W6.L 11, FRANKLIN 6< MARSHALL i 

W6.L 13, LYNCHBURG 9 

W6.L 8, RANDOLPH-MACON 6 

COLBY 12, W6cL 8 

W&.L 13, MARY WASHINGTON 7 

W6.L 10, ROANOKE 9 

ST. MARYS 13, W6<L 1 

W&.L 19, SWEET BRIAR 3 

W6<L 21, VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 3 

W6<L 13, BRIDGEWATER 5 

W6.L 9, ROANOKE 5 



WOMEN'S LACROSSE: FRONT ROW - MELISSA FOOTE, 
LAORRAINE TAURASSI, WHITNEY PARKER, MARY JO 
MAHONEY, SUSIE CREAMER, EMILY GIPSON, BETSY 
HOWE: SECOND ROW - LIZ BORGES, LAUREN FRANCIS, 
ELIZABETH MURCHISON,ATHENAMAHONEY, FRANCES 
GROBERG, KATH ERIN E RIDDLE; BACK ROW- HEAD COACH 
JAN H ATHORN, MANAGER CHRISTINA J ULI AN, ANSLEY 
MILLER, ELLEN RITSCH, CAROLINE GEE, G I NNY J ERNIGAN, 
JOCELYN SMITH, KIMMYLU BIN, BROOKE EASTON, KARIN 
TREESE, TRAINER JENN MOYER, ASSISTANT COACH 
HEATHER KENDRA, 

BUOYED BYAMIDSEASONCHALLENGE FROMA 
STUDENTWHOASKED FOR "A COMPETENT W^L 
TEAM." THE MEN'S BIGGEST VICTORIES IN- 
CLUDE DTH El R 10TH STRAIGHT DEFEAT OF VMI 
IN THE LEE-JACKSON CLASSIC, WHILE THE 
WOMEN TRIUMPHED TWICE OVER 6TH- 
RANKED ROANOKE, INCLUDING IN THE ODAC 
TITLE GAME. 



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Men's Track 



Scoreboard 



Men 

COMPETED AT LEBANON VAL- 
LEY INVITATIONAL 
2ND AT ODAC CHAMPION- 
SHIPS 
4TH AT W^L INVITATIONAL 
COMPETED AT ROANOKE INVI- 
TATIONAL 
COMPETED AT LYNCHBURC 
INVITATIONAL 
2ND AT EASTERN MENNONITE 

INVITATIONAL 
3RD AT ODAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 



CALCE, ISARIS BONILLA, STEPHANIE MCKN 
EXCEPTIONAL DISTANCE MEDLEY UNIT. JUN 
THREE 1500 METER EVENTS. 



THE WOMEN'S AND MEN'S TRACK TEAMS FEA- 
TURE DMANYOUTSTANDINC INDIVIDUAL AND 
TEAM PERFORMANCES. TOP PERFORMERS FOR 
THE MEN INCLUDED SENIOR OMAR MONEIM 
WHO FINISHED FIRST OR SECOND IN DISCUS 
SHOT PUT, AND JAVELIN EICHTTIMES ATTOUR- 
NAMENTS. SENIORS GREG RUTHIG AND JASON 
CALLEN WERE AMONG THE TEAM'S TOP RUN- 
NERS, WITH SEVERAL 1ST AND 2ND PLACE PER- 
FORMANCES. TH E WOMEN'S TEAM ENJOYED /* 
BRILLIANT SEASON FROM NATALI/^ 
DOROFEEVA, WHO SET SCHOOL RECORDS IN 
THE 800 AND 1500 METER RUN. OTHER KE> 
PERFORMERS WE RE RE LAYTEAMMEMBERSAM> 
GHT, AND GABRIELLE BEST, WHO FORMED AN 
OR LISA BRENNAN FINISHED FIRSTOR SECOND IN 



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Women's Track 




Scoreboard 



Women 



COMPETED AT LEBANON VALLEY 

INVITATIONAL 
COMPETED AT VMI WINTER RE- 
LAYS 
4TH OF 5 AT ODAC CHAMPION- 
SHIPS 
4TH AT WS<L INVITATIONAL 
COMPETED AT ROANOKE INVITA- 
TIONAL 
WON BG RELAYS 
COMPETED AT LIBERTY INVITA- 
TIONAL 
iND AT EASTERN MENNONITE 

INVITATIONAL 
4TH AT ODAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 



WOMEN'S TRACK: FRONT ROW - KATHLEEN MORONEY, 
ISARIS BONILLA, LIZ OLSON, STEPHANIE MCKNIGHT, SA- 
RAH ELLIS, LAUREN MCKEEVER; SECOND ROW - WENDY 
CASE, AMY CALCE, PAUL! GRIFFITH, JULIE SPENGER, JILL 
KOSCH; THIRD ROW - NEFERITI PH I PPS-SMITH, NIGOLA 
CARPENTER, ELIZABETH SLONAKER, RAGHEL GODDU, 
GABRIELLE BEST, GOLLEEN BENJAMIN; BAGK ROW- HEAD 
GOAGH JOHN TUGKER, AMBER HINKLE, MEREDITH 
MLYNAR, NATASHA DOROFEEVA, LISA BRENNAN, ASSIS- 
TANT GOAGH EMLIY PULSIFER. 



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Baseball 



W6<L'S BASEBALLTEAM WAS ITS MOSTTALENTED IN RECENT MEMORY, BUT AFTERTHE SQUAC 
REACHED FIRST PLACE IN THE ODAC WITH A 2-0 WIN OVER BRIDGEWATER, WS<L LOSTJUNIOI 
ACE PITCHER BOB WESTON (5-2, 1.88 ERA) FOR SPRING TERM. THETEAMSOON DROPPED BELOV 
.500 AND OUT OF ODAC TITLE CONTENTION. NONETHELESS, THE YOUNG TEAM SHOWEi; 
PLENTY OF PROMISE. SOPHOMORE OUTFIELDER CHRISTIAN BATCHELLER HIT NINE HOM 
RUNS AND SETTHEW^L CAREER RECORD IN THAT CATEGORY. JUNIOR CATCH ER E.J.MURPH' 
HIT FOR POWER AND AVERAGE, AND FRESHMAN PITCHER JOSH GLOBER WON HIS FIRST FOUl 
DECISIONS. 



Scoreboard 



THOMAS 4, W&.L 2 
OGLETHORPE 9, W&.L 4 

EMORY 5, W&.L 4 

W&L 7, SHENANDOAH 3 

BR1D6EWATER 5, WS.L 2 

W6<L 2, LYNCHBURG 1 

Wi.L 4, VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 1 

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 5, W&<L 3 

W&L 8, SAVANNAH Ai.D 4 

MARY WASHINGTON 10, W&.L 3 

WS-L 8, EASTERN MENNONITE 1 

W&.L 9, HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 5 

Wi.L DEF. EMORY &. HENRY 

W&.L DEF. EMORY &. HENRY 

W&L 10, EASTERN MENNONITE 2 

W6.L 8, WILLIAMS 7 

ST. MARY S 7, W&.L 2 

ST. MARYS 11, Wi.L 5 

W&.L 2, BRIDGEWATER O 

RANDOLPH-MAGON 6, W^L 4 

RANDOLPH-MAGON 10, W&.L 5 

LYNGHBURG 9, W&L 2 

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 11, W&L 9 

Wi.L 18, GUILFORD 6 

GUILFORD 6, W&.L 3 



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BASEBALL: FRONT ROW- MIKE NOLAN, ANDY THOMPSON, TODD ELLINGTON, BOB WESTON, PATRICK HALL, 
CHAD REYNOLDS, BJ. JAMISON, ASSISTANT COACH MO CASSARA, HEAD COACH JEFF STICKLEY; SECOND ROW - 
JASON MAY, SCHUYLER MARSHALL, DAVID SICLER, JOSH CLOBER, JON MADDEN, BRYAN LEWIS, MIKE ELDER, 
ASSITANT COACH JACK BAIZLEY; BACK ROW - CHRIS STAKEM, JOHN EZBIANSKY, KEVIN SWENSON, RUSSELL 
WRENN, J.T. MALATESTA, CHRISTIAN BATCHELLER, E.J. MURPHY, AL DOMINICK, BRIAN CENAVIVA, BILL CHRIST. 



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Scoreboard 

2ND, WScL FALL GOLF CLASSIC 
7TH OF 17, FERRUM INVITA- 
TIONAL 
7TH OF 14, AUBREY APPLE INVITA- 
TIONAL 
LOST TO GUILFORD, 306-318 
17TH OF 18, PINE NEEDLES INVI- 
TATIONAL 
2ND AT FERRUM INVITATIONAL 
2ND OF 6, WScL INVITATIONAL 
14TH AT EMORY INVITATIONAL 
2ND AT SHIPBUILDERS' INVITA- 
TIONAL 
3RD OF 5, LYNCHBURG INVITA- 
TIONAL 
5TH OF 9 nOAC rHAMPIONSHIPS 



GOLF HAS BEEN ONE OF WScL'S MOST SUCCESSFUL 
AND OVERLOOKED PROGRAMS. IN 1997-98, DE- 
SPITE LITTLE PUBLICITY, THE COLF TEAM EN- 
JOYED YET ANOTHER EXCELLENT SEASON. AT 
ONE POINT IN MIDSEASON, THE TEAM WAS 
RANKED 19TH IN THE NCAA DIVISION III POLL, 
THETEAM'S H ICH EST RANKING SINCE 1992. JUN- 
IOR RICK BURRICE WAS ONE OF THE TEAM'S TOP 
PERFORMERS, FINISHING 3RD ATTHE WU FALL 
GOLF CLASSIC AND TIED FOR 1ST AT THE W6<L 
INVITATIONAL IN THE SPRING. SOPHOMORE 
T.J. WAGNER WAS ANOTHER STANDOUT. HIS 
BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR WAS A 3RD 
PLACE FINISH ATTHE FERRUM TOURNAMENT. 
THETEAM FINISH ED SECOND INTHREE DIFFERENTTOURNAMENTS AND 3RD AT LYNCHBURG. 



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GOLF: FRONT ROW - BEN WILSON, BROOKS PAULSEN,, CHARLES LEDDY, CLAYTON CHANDLER, BRIAN SMITH; 
BACK ROW - JASON DANAHOE, CEOFF COOPER, TIM ZINK, RICK BURRICE, T.J. WAGNER 



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Awards 



OMAR MONEIM (ALBUQUERQUE, N.M./ALBURQUERQUE ACADEMY) AND WHITNEY PARKER 
(RICHMOND, VA./ST. CATHERINE'S) HEADEDTHE LISTOF HONOREES ATTH E ANNUAL WASHING- 
TON AND LEE UNIVERSITY ATH LETIC AWARDS CEREMONY IN LEE CHAPEL. MONEIM AND PARKER 
WERE NAMED THE PRES BROWN OUTSTANDING SENIOR MALE AND FEMALE ATHLETES, RESPEC- 
TIVELY. 

MONEIMWAS A FOUR-YEAR LETTERWINNER IN FOOTBALL AND TRACK FORTHE GENERALS. IN 
TRACK AND FIELD HE SWEPT THE SHOT PUT COMPETITION AT THE OLD DOMINION ATHLETIC 
CONFERENCE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP MEETS THIS SEASON AND IN FOOTBALL 
HE WAS THE TEAM'S LEADING TACKLER AND SECOND TEAM ALL-ODAC HONOREE AT DEFENSIVE 
TACKLE. 

PARKER EARNED FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA HONORS IN WOMEN'S LACROSSE THIS SPRING 
AFTER LEADING W6.L TO A 13-3 RECORD, AN ODAC CHAMPIONSHIP AND A NCAA DIVISION III 
TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE. PARKER WAS NAMED TO THE ALL-ODAC AND ALL-SOUTH ATLAN- 
TIC TEAMS THREE TIMES IN HERCAREER AND WAS A SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN LAST YEAR. 

IN OTHER MAJOR AWARDS HANDED OUT, SENIOR MARY JO MAHONEY (NORTH ANDOVER, 
MASS./SEVERNA PARK (MD)) RECEIVED THE WILLIAM MCHENERY SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD. 
MAHONEY CARRIES A GRADE POINT AVERAGE IN EXCESS OF 3.7 AND HAS BEEN INDUCTED INTO 
PHI BETA KAPPA. AS A LACROSSE PLAYER SH E WAS A TWO-TIME FIRSTTEAM ALL-ODAC SELECTION 
AND WAS ALSO TWICE NAMED TO THE IWLCA ALL- SOUTH ATLANTIC TEAM. 

SENIOR LORRAINE TAURASSI (SMITHTOWN, N.Y., SMITHTOWN EAST) WAS NAMED THE RECIPI- 
ENT OF THE WINK GLASGOW SPIRIT AND SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD. TAURASSI WAS A CAPTAIN 
FOR BOTH THE WOMEN'S LACROSSE AND SOCCER TEAMS AND EXCELLED IN BOTH SPORTS. IN 
SOCCER SHE WAS NAMED TO THE ALL-ODAC TEAM THREE TIMES AND IN LACROSSE SHE LEDTHE| 
TEAM IN SCORING HER JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEARS AND WAS NAMED FIRSTTEAM ALL-ODAC 
BOTH YEARS. SHE WAS ALSO A TWO-TIME IWLCA ALL-SOUTH ATLANTIC SELECTION. 

LIZ BORGES (WINCHESTER, MASS./WINCHESTER) AND PETE IWANCIO (BALTIMORE, MD./LOYOLA 
BLAKEFIELD) WERE NAMES THE OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN FEMALE AND MALE ATHLETES. 
BORGES WAS ONE OF THE LEADING SCORES FOR W6<L'S ODAC CHAMPION LACROSSE TEAM, 
FINISHING THE SEASON WITH 45 POINTS ON 33 GOALS AND M ASSISTS. IWANCIO STARTED ALL 
16 GAMES ON DEFENSE FOR W&<L'S NATIONALLY-RANKED MEN'S LACROSSE TEAM AND WAS A 
SECOND TEAM ALL-ODAC HONOREE. 

HISTORY PROFESSOR HOLT MERCHANT WAS HONORED WITH THE R.E. "CHUB" YEAKEL MEMO- 
RIAL SERVICE AWARD FOR HIS SUPPORTOFW^L ATHLETICS. SOPHOMORE KATHERNE RIDDLE (ST. 
CLAINR SHORES, MICH/UNIVERSITY LIGGETT) RECEIVED THE LEFTY NEWELL MEMORIAL AWARD 
FRO HER WORK AS AN ASSISTANT IN THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT AND JUNIOR MIKEL PARKER 
(MARIETTA, GA./WALTON) RECEIVED THE RICHARD MILLER PHYSICAL EDUCATION SCHOLAR- 
SHIP. 



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cotfi^mtutations 



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Your accomplishments 



at Washington & Lee 



fill us with pride, 
and thanksgiving 



for your life. 



Aristotle reminded us that "Education is the best provision for old age." 
The W&L experience has been a great start towards a life-time full of the 
richness of knowledge. 

May Cod's Amazing Grace be with you always! 

Love, 
Mom & George 



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ROCKETS' RED GLARE. FIREWORKS BURSTING IN 

AIR. GOD'S GIFT TO US ON THE BI-CENTENNIAL. 

FROM THE FIRST DAY YOU 

HAVE MADE US PROUD. 

REBECCA, MAY YOU BE AS HAPPY IN MEDICAL 
SCHOOL AS YOU WERE AT W&L 

LOVE ALWAYS. MOM. DAD. BRIAN (2001) 






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Maiy Jo, 




Jlold Lilt to your dreams as the vears untold. 
'Don't compromise the ideals that you hold ... 
■For on histor\''s pages are written the deeds 
Oj those who had couraqe to Iwc bv their creeds. 
'IVIio held on to their dreams and at last achieved 
■the lojh' qoals w which tliev believed. 
So be true to voursell in all thai von do, 
'Reach jor the stars ami voiir dreams wdl comes true 

Congratulations!!! 

'IVc love YOU, 

'Dad, ..Mom. :lthena and lohu 







Things turn out 

THE BEST 

For those who 
make the best 
Of the way the^gs 

TURNOUT. 

Andrew, you are the 

best!! 

Love, Mom 



268 Advertisements 




Congratulations Pole 
House Seniors 

Erik, Seth, Scott and Martin 

We are so proud of you! 
Love, your parents 



Caroline- 
Love and Congratulations 
to a terrific daughter! 

Remember- YouVe never 
fully dressed without a smile! 

Mom and Dad 





Congratulations Justin 
Love and Best Wisnes 
Mom^ Nan^ Uncle Warren^ Auntie, Arika, 
' Evan, Poppy and Rutnie 

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To Andrew Peter Kintz as he graduates from W&L: 
With or without the Supermau sweater... 




You have doue a Super Job at each aud every endeavor! 
We Love You Very Much! Mom, Dad, Jennifer, Shelby and Charlotte 

Psalms 112:1 



Congratulations ! 




CHAS 

We are very proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Ben 



270 Advertisements 




LORRAINE 

Congratulations 
on your graduation 

We are very proud of you 

and all your achievements. 

We wish you success always. 

Love from 
Mom, Dad, Cheryl & Vincent 



CONGRATULATIONS 
ERICA! 

YOU'VE ALWAYS 

ACHIEVED YOUR AIM 

D.V.M. IS YOUR 

NEX T GAME! 

LOVE, 
MOM, DOUG & VANNESSA 

and Mayreau too! 




A Dijknuijrom 
wdiui^ton & lee 

Isffeal.M 

jneiMiiys nuuie 

there wil hst a 

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Cojujratuktkm, 
Kffi/M & Amy,,, 

Your families are 
yrouil of you hth 




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Congratulations John on a job well done in what seems to be such a 

short time! 

Love, 
Mother, Dad, and Leslie 




^lank you 'Jiatejiouse' Moms and ^ads! 



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out o( the cscience 

huilding- 
into the world 



love. 

Mom & Dad 

Jo & Johnny 





CONGCATUIATIONS, DAVE 

Your family icS cso very happy and proud of 

you. Praying for God's richcest blessingcS 

upon your future. 

Love 
Mom & Dad, Lynne (£» Jen 




CONGRATULATIONS. MR. LEE 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Mary Beiine 



Mary Jo 

CONGRATULATIONS 

WITH PRIDE 

Its not only what 

you do 

that makes you special 

It's also what you are. 

All of our love 
Your Pa and Nana 

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Reach high, for stars He hidden in your soul. 
Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal. 

Congratulations Allison! 

We are very proud of you. 
Love, Mom, Dad and Ned 




CONGRATULATIONS ! 
MARK 

May you have a great career 

with Arthur Anderson. 

We are so proud of you. 

With Love, 
Mom, Dad & Brenda 




Sarah Beth, 

We are proud of all that you have done, and 
of all that you have become. May the rest of 
your life be as rich as the four years past. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Lauren 



274 Advertisements 



CONGRATULATIONS, 
GLENN 

YOU ALWAYS MAKE 
US PROUD! 

CONTINUED 

SUCCESS IN LAW 

SCHOOL 

LOVE. 
MOM & DAD 



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CONGRATULATIONS, CHERYL! 



LOVE, 
DAD, MOM & CHARMAINE 



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To John: 

Merely a lad content 

to dream of boyish 

play, his visage 

portends good fortune 

for a future day. 

Now soundly launched 

upon a certain rise to 

fame, our pride today 

in you surpasses 

any prior acclaim. 

Congratulations & Best Wishes, 

Your Proud Family 




Barrett A. Blaschke 

The world is yours, enjoy and experience 
it wisely. 

Love, 
Mom &Dad 



Congratulations 
Matthew E. 



We are proud 
you! 



Love, ivioivi, Dad, 

THE NIMS AND 
"B^^ MAN. 

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Ode to the Class of '98 

It has been four fast years (in some cases five) 
Since you lefijiigh School and said ''Goodbye'' 
% your dogs and parents and siblings too, 
^nd all the others who care about you. 

We PC woiiied andfivtted while you were away, 
In fear for your health, ^ith all that work everyday. 
Well, time has past- you have eaiTted your degree. 
j{ow hit the road- be all you can be! 

-^eaune et al 



Conqmtutations to the qiris 

of Cedar Creek: 
AleK, Margaret, Lirtdsai^, 
Ashlet^, Marif and Mottif 

We're au/futti^ proud of i^oul 

With (o(/e, 

l/our parents 



276 Advertisements 





Congratulations to Jonathan* the men of 
Munster and all the PiKA Seniors. Best of 

luck in the future! 

Mom, Dad, Rachel, Megan and Buddy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
RICH! 

You've come a long way & we are so proud of you! 

Lots of love, 
Dad, Mom, Carrie, and John 



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May you open 
your eyes and 
your hean to the 
beauty that lies 
within you...one 
day at a time 




Congratulations! I'm very proud of you and very excited for 
you. Alw^ays knov/ that I'm only a phone call aw^ay 



Love, Lise 




WAY TO GO BUG! 

LOVE, 

MOLLY, GRIFF, DOC, IRISH, 

RAISIN, MUFFIN, LIESLE, 

CARLOS, MOM AND DAD 

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JOHN J. THRALL 

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR HARD 
WORK AT W&L 

& Congratulations to your senior teammates on 

Generals Football Team 
& Congratulations to your seniors brothers in Phi 

Kappa Psi 
& Congratulations to your 5 senior house mates in 

Skunk Hollow 

Love from Mom & Dad 




"To laugh often and much; to win the respect of 

intelUgent people and the affection of children; to earn the 

appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false 

friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave 

the world a bit better whether by a healthy child, a garden 

patch, or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life 

has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have 

succeeded." 

--Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Congratulations, Jason! 

We are so proud of your success! 
Love from Mom, Dad, and Mindy 



Rckcca 




with unc, 
Mom ani Dd 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
"THE BIG FAN" 



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With Much Love, Scott, 

From All YOUR Fans, 

Mom, Dad, Todd, and 
Barbie 




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Congratulations to ^nsley 

We are proud of you! 

We love you! 

Mom, T)ad, Carter &^ Xatfierine 




You've come a long way, Brian. 
We are very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Kristin 



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DESTINED FOR W&L AT AN 

EARLY AGE, IT WASN'T UNTIL 

HE STARTED SMOKING CIGARS 

AT lO THAT WE 

WORRIED. 

Congratulations Neal. 




Love 
Mom, Dad, Liz and Anne 



"ALL THE WORLD'S 
A STAGE" 

PLAY ON, ZACH! 




Love, 
Mom, Dad & Jess 



1 

Tres bien, Rossi Bonne chance! 

Nous te souhaitons des maintenant encore CongratulatlOllS, 

d'autres succes et beaucoup de bonheur dans tous tes *^ 

'""^'- . u H+h.. v.^ L, I Ben C. Lacy C98) 

I Maman et papT^^^^^H With lovc trom youf tather, 




Roane M. Lacy, Jr. ('68) 




UUkat a difference 4 uear5 mahed. 



i^onaraduiatlonS ^anie5. 




e are do proud of i^ou and all of 



uour accomptldnments . 




rJ^ove, 

ivlom, LUad, and ^okn 



Acivertiscnient'; 28] 




Benveen the Parent's Weekends and the visits home and the early morning trips to M Street and "'Hamas 98," we'll miss all 

our girls! 
Best Wishes, Doc B and Mrs. Brown 



Congratulations! 
Bo 1992 
Rob 1998 

We ore proud of you both! 

Love, 

Monn and Dad 




282 Advertisements 



Congratulations, Becca! 




WE LOVE YOU! 

Elizabeth, Kristen, Elizabeth, and 
Kimberly 




THE OXLY «00l) COCKROACH 
IS 

COCKUOACn.. 

CONGRATULATIONS, NOAH 
(and all the guys from Beans) 

Love, 
Mom, Dad,and Melanie 



Thanks far^ 

If our hard 

i^ark, 

Neat 

& Stake! 



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The 1998 Cati^K Staff 



Congratulations to the Munster Crew! 




Jon, Ben, Gaelen, Dave, N4ike & Dan 



From your families— 
the Gurnons, Dirmanns, Browns, Yeminis, Goldmans and Gallbraidis 



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284 Advertisements 



YOU CAN FLY... 

BUT THAT COCOON 

HAS GOT TO GO!! 

To leave the known, no matter how 

confining it may be - for the 
unknown, a totally new life-style is 
scary to consider, but we know you 

are ready to fly. Know that your 
cocoon will always be there for you 

and that youVe done your best. 

We love you. 
Mom & Dad 



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CONGRATULATUIONS, 
RUSS 




Love Always, 

Moivi AND Dad 
Catherine and Michael 




"On the low road to 
Loch Lomand, stay 
left!" 



We knew you had 
the magic, Alden. 
Keep using it 

Love, 

from Mom and 

Dad, Ed '93, '95 




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GOLDEN BENEFACTORS 



C.J.E. ami MiiiT AnwU 

Rokii R. BaUmn 

Mr. Philippe Mncl 

Mr. McGuin Boyd 

clcnn and MiIit Brcwr 

John and Ijnn Bradla 

Melimk ami Stephen mck 

Don and Isahel Cannon 

VJiUnrd ami Enid Dean 

Michael DeMartino 

Thonuis ami Dehorah DeKosa 

Shirley A. Dnrr 
FmiiL' ami Bremk Diehriitina 



Dr. and Mrs. Ernest l. Dunn 
Dr. and Mrs. William l. Dowict 

Michael and Victoria Dziok 

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. fraiyda, jr. 

Ilia Frank 

bmj and Grace Gaines 

Kiitharine T. Gray 
Gary and oUahcHe Hall 
Paid and Andrei HartzeR 

Elizakth Hopkins 

Steven and Gad KAufman 

David and limla Malin 

Donalil and Donna McEall 

Mr and Mrs. Kivoshi Ota 

BENEFACTORS 



Dr. (Hill Mri. M<irt F. Pans 

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T. Michael and Theresa Ki^^P 

Carol and ]ames shai}i 
]ames jr. and judith Shviley 
|. Mclam and Cecile Stewart 

Auhrev and Nami Stomil 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Tate 

Katharine H. Towiseml 

The Valentine Family 

Peter s. WarcinOf 

James and Maiiha Waskovich 

Dr. clarence ami Christy Watrultje 

Koheii and Elizaheth Ycvich 



David ami Shirley Atiam 

Jolin ami Meredith Amjiort 

W.S. ami Joan Anslcy, Jr. 

Eiifjenc and Catherine Arthur 

Mr. Kokii R. Baliv/in 

Joan L. Bczck 

leojfrey and Mary Alice Bodenhorsi 

Henry ami Pef[(j\' Boennuj 

Myron ami Carole Boncaoskv 

Lester and jean Borden 

Rohert ami Kathleen Brookhy 

Harry ami Mary Jiuiith Brookhy 

Watson ami Riichel Bowles, Jr. 

Ronall ami limh Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Buckman 

Elise Buhjer 

Cynthia K. Canino 

E. Rjjsha Cannon 

Dr. ami Mrs. Delwi Cihc, |r. 

llioNiib" and Camiice Can 

Ricky H. chtMn 

John ami Barhra Chatham 

The Coker family 

Mr. ami Mrs. William Connors, Jr. 

Ramiy lee Cramer 

Bniii ami Judith Cronin 

Mr. ami Mrs. DouiJLts Cndckshanks, ]r 

Mr. ami Mrs. Edwin H. Culver 

Rokrt ami Kiiflili'i'ii Davis 

Forrest and Kathleen Dickimm 

Rokii ami Jane Alyson Dickson 

Rokrt ami Emilie Dyson 

Dr. ami Mrs. Ernest ami Saliy Ec^ers 

Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Evcrist 



Ric'lifini and Sman Faher 

Rokrt and wemiy Fechtsin 

Thomas ami Judy Fielil 

Jay and Linda Fierke 

Jeane and Joe Frampton 

Charles and Mary Franckei 

John E. Frejer 

Michaei ami Barhara Frihush 

Edward amlFrancoise Frost 

Mr. ami Mrs. Wiliiam S. Gee 

Malcolm Ginnis, M.D. 

Donali ami Judith Goodliffc 

Glen ami Marie Grant 

Bnicc and Nelic Groheri^ 

Mr. ami Mrs. Stephen Guenther 

A.J. ami cpthia Hari>er 

Mr. Charles Miner Harrell 

EwcH Hi-iiifriib 

Dr. ami Mr.v wdham G. Hcmirickson 

Mr. ami Mrs. louis T. Hall 111 

aLjii ami Pamek Heman 

Dickie and Pauk HoUirook 

Lam ami Linda Howcmtem 

David L. Hunt 

Hamet S. Johmson 

Ri'l't'rt ami Madeiine jarecki 

William ami Scotta Kitciiem 

Mr. and Mrs. R.w. KoM 

Groriji' and Barbara Knczek 

Frank ami Tanva lane 

Dr. ami Mrs. liovd G. Liiiiij.^fini 

Dr. Edward LufliWi'ri- 

Mr. ami Mrs. |. Pallcrson lawson 

Rodney and Jill lefjler 



Floyd ami Dixie liles 

Dr. and Mrs. John littie, Jr. 

David ami Man love 

Peter and Amaita Lucivs 

Mr. Thoimis P. Liika 

Patrick ami Barhra luskey 

James ami Mar/juertte Marshall 

limk ami Richard Maurer 

Donald and Joanne Mavhen^' 

Maiy ami Tom McBride 

Diuwe ami Andrew Mcdi^ot 

Don ami jmiy McGregor 

Mr. and Mrs. Miciiael F. McKcniie 

Georijc and Aliik Mcvers 

Brujilte and Moheh Moneim 

Dr. ami Mrs. shaiiood Moore 

James and Ellen Mvcrheri] 

Drs. John and Carol Nlchob 

Janet ami Ronali NoUc 

Rohert E. oliririi 

Ji) Aim oshom 

Jere and card Overdyke 

Kathleen and Jav Owslev 

Rena M. Pederson 

Pllll Pli-iLv!ll(> 

Ki-iiiii'()i iiiiif jKilv Puckctl 

Mr. and Mrs. William I. Putnam 

Mr. and Mrs. Catolmo V. Puzi'ii, Jr. 

Ji'liii T. Rcynohh 

Stephen and inuk Roijers 

Caivin and Fivi'iii Roner 

Oncdl and Maria RilwII 

Clliiltv (lilif Lllliil RiKi'llipril 

Ni'il iiiiil Limk Salerno 



Thomas ami Denisc shultz 

John ami Eiieen seiock 

Carol T. shaner 

Dr. and Mrs. HaroU E. shaw, Jr. 

Edward and Wilma Smith 

chnt Spencer 

Munay Spencer South 

Catharina M. Staikrd 

Amii' ami jeremia starace 

Merle A. Starer 

jmiith ami Frank steams 

Frank ami jayne steuart 

Mr. ami Mrs. James D. Stewart, Jr. 

Bnice ami Karen Stewart 

Harold and cliudia Stowe 

James ami Dolores Terzian 

Michael ami Veronica Theoraiorakis 

Riimye ami Siva Tliiiyiinijitli 

Patrick ami Miirilvii Thoimis 

Louise ami William Thompson 

Terry ami Budiv le Ti'iiniiMii, 7i 

Patnck A. and Dawn K. Treese 

Mit'liiii'l ami Jiiupit'liiii' Vitale 

Mrac ami Gimpc Watson 

Mr. ami Mrs. John L. Wclltord, Jr. 

James WillvHni 

Wiinvii iiiiif Diiiiiiii' Will 

Willima B. and Lnida WilliiiiiL* 

HiiHT M. Wikm III 

Courtnev and M;ir^[,iii( \\'lii\-li-r 

Jiilm and Vivian Woolle\' 

TiiFki(liv and Leslie Worcester 

Bonnie and Richard Zacher 

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patron; 



mri'cr mi FtMcia AJ/brif 

MiiliiU'l ivui Jean Biidii 

Mr mi Mrs. Frederick Biiiky 

Mr ami Mrs. Bryan haUwin 

Mr. mi Mn. Wm C. Beckcnhaucr, in 

Tlmuv iimi Susm BcR 

cnthm mi Gronjc Bond 

Liirrv md Jivitcc Bortncr 

Mr. ami Mrs. Ridumi P. BmiiMii 

Susan Camerm 

Mr ami Mrs. D. L. Carr 

]o]m ami Visloria cmaiva 

julm ami Aim diak, III 

Dr. md Mrs. Wjiiif duirtisa^iian 

Arflmr ami Kaihrjn Cmm 

Denis ami Mar(\ari[ Co&m 

Dr. Rk-liiinl ami Aifriif Coic 

]o\m ami Barhara Com 

Jeffrey ami Beth Cravifcrd 

Ainerifjo ami Helen Damiani 

Marv jo Ddifj 

Romilii ami Miriam Dme 

Dr. ami Mrs. Merrill Ea^orin 

Rokrt ami Christine Eliot 

H. Mallory ami Catharine Evans 

Ridh M. Fitztjihhons 

Dennis ami K^flilffii Foster 

Dr. ami Mrs. C. Gihrt Fraiit 

Gail ami Ned Ere\ 



aLdi ami Dianne Gaimiilh 
Norm ami Samira Garhtsch 

Niii D. Garreett 

Stefihen ami Minim Geisler 

Mr. ami Mrs. lee J. Giard 

Amirea ami Price Gielen 

David ami lynne Givem 

Mr and Mrs. Henry A. Gok, ]r. 

Kenneth ami Carol Gouli 

Dr. ami Mrs. Udher W. Gray, jr. 

Roheri ami Eaith Hendrich 

charlcs ami lee Hylii 

james ami Anne Hor\i\ti 

Mr. ami Mrs. john Hnse 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard \solik 

Beth ami Richard Ki'i'ii 

Saitf ami Carol Kehmann 

ihomis ami Samira Kester 

Erederick ami joyce Kieckhejer 

Martha KiroMC 

Romili ami Connie lan^io\er 

Heok ami Sanijiee lee 

Ered^ie ami Glemui lee 

Bnice D. Mason 

Harohi anA Mar(\aret Mathis, jr. 

wlDirtm ami Ciiflicriiif Mi'(ji'ffi/]i!M 

Alex Melay 

Mr. ami Mrs. E. clifton Milner, jr. 

Frederick ami Nancy Miler 

Frank ami Viripiia Mirai]ha 



Mrs. Barlmra M. Mueller 
Crai^ ami Diana Niehon 
ursah ami William Nouza 

Marq c. Paiaer 
Gary and Eliiaheth Parker 
Nicholi< ami Kathrvn Parris 
Ed ami Barbara Partridi]e 

H.M. Paul 

Margaret ami james Paul 

Bill ami chris Price 

Dr. ami mrs. Rmsell E. Richev 

Bruce ami Patricia Reimer 

orell ami jeanne saulslniry, in 

Brii ami Samlie Se\iell 

).D. ami fIo Smith 

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]osej)h ami siaanne sj)eicher 

Fred ami jmiy Sup^s, jr. 

Dr. Bemmi M. Swujn' 

David S. Thomas 

V. Bcntley Thompson 

Bremia ami Charles Thurlov 

Mr. a}\d Mrs. Rnkrf w. Tucker 

E. Woods ami Nancy Weathershy 

Melimii weatherly 

Heather w. Weliier 

Roheri ami Elmira Weston 

F. Ahhott ]r. md Frances whitncj 

Kathy wood 



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Blake lovekce 
Staff 

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Hilkrv coomhs 
David Damiani 
Rachel Goddii 
Kristen Hitchens 
Sida Jacobs 
Amv Kane 
lauren laFauci 
Svhl Prince 
Kimkrly Tucker 
Scott Wolfe 
Alexis Yee-Garcia 
Dorothy Yiiiii: 

Eiltors 
Kalhr\'n Giard 
Stephen Hofkins 



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Lexington, VA 24450 



Originally, the idea of an EVENT HORIZON referred to Washington and Lee's prepa- 
ration for its upcoming 250th Anniversary. As W&L students and alumni we share 
the anticipation of this event on the horizon of our school's existence. Yet we 
each have events on the horizon of our own lives. It could be life in the "real 
world" for the graduating seniors. It could be the choice of a major for freshmen 
and sophomores. It could be trying to accept that college years are almost over 
for the new upperclassmen. We cannot know what is ahead of us; the possibilities 
are limitless. The only thing that we can be assured of is that these opportunities, 
these events, are in front of us, on the horizons of our lives. Best of luck to the class 
on 1998 as they discover what is ahead of them. 

In addition to the staff, the editors would like to thank Mrs. Carol Calkins, for all her 
help and guidance, the Ring-Tum Phi and Trident for who knows how many last 
minute pictures and Sports Information for giving us all the stats and photos. 

The Calyx is printed by Jostens Publishing Company in Winston-Salem, NC. 



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